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The Key to Putting Pelz Dave Back on a Roll Golf Magazine September 1998 Being able to drive a golf ball 300 yards to the green is a huge benefit for a golfer but the ability to putt is a true skill There are many great golfers but is the great putters that win the trophies Even if you are not the greatest putter in the world you should not get down on yourself because you can still be helped The best way to improve your putting skills is to understand the physics of it Then you can apply this knew knowledge into your game Lee Janzen the winner of this years US Open Championship credits his victory to Dave Pelz the coach who opened his eyes to the physics of golf Before his training Lee was having a lot of trouble with his left-to-right breaking putts even though his right-to-left breaking putts were good The problem was so persistent that Lee started aiming his iron shots to the sides of holes in an effort to leave only right-to-left breaking putts This is when Dave stepped in to see where Lee was having a problem After a series of tests on stroke mechanics and set-up positions Dave found two problems that caused these effects Lee was aiming slightly to the right of where he intended and he had a tendency to slightly under-read the amount of break For right-to-left breaking putts these two problems balanced each other out and Lee was able to make the shot Left-to-right shots on the other hand were going wide Dave set up an exercise that allowed Lee to see these points and to correct them Aimlines were set up along several holes to help Lee see the line that he needed to choose An Aimline is two metal stakes connected by an elastic string which is positioned precisely on the perfect starting line for a putt
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