Make a Slow Putting Backstroke

Golf Sage - Wednesday, March 13, 2013

This enhances your sense of timing during the putting stroke.
This sets up a slow, smooth tempo for your putting stroke, which makes it easy to accelerate the putterhead through the ball.  This leads to consistent putting, where all your putts go in or past the hole.
Employ “ONE—TWO Timing” when executing your putting stroke.  Say “ONE” at the exact moment your putterhead reaches its farthest point back.  Then, say “TWO” at the exact moment your putterhead strikes the ball.      
This “ONE—TWO” count occupies your conscious mind with the precise task of timing your putting stroke.  Then, your sub-conscious mind is free to execute the stroke your body already naturally knows how to perform.
When you make a slow backstroke and employ the “ONE—TWO Timing” swing key, your putts will roll the perfect distance every time because great timing is an essential part of precise putting.
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