Home Training Aids Putting Clyde Putting Guide

Clyde Putting Guide The GTA Clyde Putting Guide when attached to the putter, can be adjusted to allow the forearms to be in line with the shaft of the putter and parallel to the target. It will indicate during the stroke if the wrist breaks down. The wrist during the stroke need to remain in the same position as at address. This inability to putt with the wrist remaining in the same position is the reason for most PGA tour golfers to use the "Claw", "Saw", "Low Left Hand" and a number of other grips. Also the use of "Belly" "Chest" and putters being of different lengths than for the normal set-up putting position as shown above. Used by golf professionals that have improved their putting mechanics then do it by feel to win tournaments..

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Home Training Aids Putting Clyde Putting Guide

Clyde Putting Guide The GTA Clyde Putting Guide when attached to the putter, can be adjusted to allow the forearms to be in line with the shaft of the putter and parallel to the target. It will indicate during the stroke if the wrist breaks down. The wrist during the stroke need to remain in the same position as at address. This inability to putt with the wrist remaining in the same position is the reason for most PGA tour golfers to use the "Claw", "Saw", "Low Left Hand" and a number of other grips. Also the use of "Belly" "Chest" and putters being of different lengths than for the normal set-up putting position as shown above. Used by golf professionals that have improved their putting mechanics then do it by feel to win tournaments..

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Home Training Aids Putting Clyde Putting Guide

Clyde Putting Guide The GTA Clyde Putting Guide when attached to the putter, can be adjusted to allow the forearms to be in line with the shaft of the putter and parallel to the target. It will indicate during the stroke if the wrist breaks down. The wrist during the stroke need to remain in the same position as at address. This inability to putt with the wrist remaining in the same position is the reason for most PGA tour golfers to use the "Claw", "Saw", "Low Left Hand" and a number of other grips. Also the use of "Belly" "Chest" and putters being of different lengths than for the normal set-up putting position as shown above. Used by golf professionals that have improved their putting mechanics then do it by feel to win tournaments..

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