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The sooner the ball is rolling on the putting surface, the more effective our distance control will be.
Depending on the amount of loft present and the angle of attack, the ball is likely to hop or slide before beginning to roll. The loft can be varied by leaning the shaft forward, backwards or kept neutral. The angle of attack can be made shallower or steeper by the ball position.
To be able to identify what your golf ball is doing after being struck, colour in half a golf ball black and leave the other half white. By using either a video camera or the naked eye, we will be able to see the length it takes for your ball to begin rolling.
Too much loft or not enough loft are both destructive to your putting.
GOLFNET TIP: Think rolling the ball rather than hitting.
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