Thu, April 4, 2013
Todays lesson is on body and the stability of the legs during the putting stroke. This lesson will be more visual than verbal or written. Both distance and direction are greatly affected by too much movement in the body during the stroke. Yesterday, on our Bogey Brother's Radio Show on 1700 AM, I spoke of a session I shared with Lady Professional Tessa Teachman. While we were taking about her on the radio, Tessa was out shooting a final round 67 to secure the Low Professional check for the week on the Sun Coast Ladies Tour in Orlando at Rio Pinar CC.
In Tessa's new action, you will see much less movement in head and neck (moving left during the stroke). The hips and legs are now much more motion free adding tremendous stability and consistency to Tessa's stroke. When you do these things, and you pick the right line, you too can see the number of putts dropping greatly increase and the numbers on your scorecard go down!!!
Copying Tessa's great habits you see here will help any golfer looking for consistency and lower putting totals in every round!