Speaker 1: For my insider's club, I got the perfect bandaid to improve your putting.
Let me show you what I've got here.
I've got my putter and I've taken a bandaid in place to just on the outside of the sweet spot on my putter.
I've also placed another bandaid, but then I've put a rubber band just to show you that if you don't have a bandaid, you can simply put a rubber band here.
Now hitting the put solid is a key source of being consistent, of having that distance.
If you notice when I hit this putt right there, the putter works straight back.
If I hit it out on the toe, the putter is gonna twist or it's gonna torque.
Even if I hit it on the heel here.
Now you can also hear the sound here, where if I'm hitting it solid, versus hitting it out on the toe on this rubber band, you can hear the difference in that sound.
All we've done here is either put a rubber band here.
Dave Pelz makes a putting clip.
You can get them for like $45.00.
They vary in size.
Those are great as well.
If you mishit it, the ball will shank off.
You need to be able to hit the putter in the center of the sweet spot in order to become consistent.
As all we do is we take this to the putting green, and it looks a little weird, but I set up, and I've got that distance right enough for the center of the sweet spot.
That one was hit solid and I'm thinking that we can hear this here.
If I hit this one off the toe, the sound wasn't there, the feel was not there.
I could feel the putter twisting.
Really, all you have to do is create your own little training aid right here with either two bandaids or two rubber bands, just put it on the outside of the sweet spot, and that will have you hitting the ball, more in the sweet spot of the putter which will give you true distance, it'll give you true roll, and that's how you improve your putting and become better putters.