CJ Goecks: Has that ever happened to you? CJ Goecks from shortgamesecrets.com.
What I've got on here is I've actually got a Dave Pelz putting clip.
Now you can order this through Pelz Golf, whatever it is, or what I can do here is just take this off and I've put a couple band-aids here.
This would work for what we're trying to do.
As you can see here, the key to making good putts from short range is to be able to hit the putt solid.
If I'm hitting this ball in the center of the putter face, it's going to be a lot better.
The ball is going to have a lot more momentum than if you hit it more off the toe or off the heel.
Just by simply taking a couple of band-aids, maybe even a little bit more, some athletic tape, whatever you want, create just enough space so that you can go back and through and really work on your strike.
The key to having a good, solid strike is a path that works.
If your path is going outside in, or too much inside out, or the face is open that's going to create a strike that's not very solid.
Again, if you can go ahead and do this first, make sure that you're not hitting it solid because you'll feel it.
It's going to be muffled.
It might even shank it off a little bit like that first putt.
Won't quite as do it as the Pelz putting clips, but figure out where you're hitting it and if you're hitting it solid, then you can work on long distance putts and other things.
Figure out where you're hitting it first, and then we can go on to the next step.