Rule of Thumb: Stick a Thumb In It To Alleviate Bad Putting

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Have you had that moment where your putting just doesn’t feel right? Sometimes that moment can last an entire round, but it doesn’t have to. Stick your thumb…

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QuiteTheChap says:

Hey thanks Tyler! I’m glad I can be of help, if not help then at least
entertaining.

orson sinclair says:

What should you do when you have mentally weak moments with the bigger
clubs like the irons and the driver? I like the idea of looking at your
thumb during pressure moments when putting but I don’t think it can be
applied to full swings

QuiteTheChap says:

Hey Orson, if you’re having mentally weak moments with the longer clubs and
you want to stop all the noise in your head here’s a tip: pick a specific
target where you want the ball to land (either fairway or green), then pick
another target six inches to 3 feet in front of your ball that is in line
with original target. Line up to the close target and then focus on a
single dimple on the back of the ball. Then think of nothing else but your
target. See it, feel it, commit.

orson sinclair says:

What should you do when you have mentally weak moments with the bigger
clubs like the irons and the driver? I like the idea of looking at your
thumb during pressure moments when putting but I don’t think it can be
applied to full swings

Tyler Heitzman says:

Love the videos, thanks for the great tips. Im a beginner golfer and these
videos are simple yet very useful! Keep up the good work!

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