really wrote:i guess i would just focus more time on arm movement and release point more than grip on a putt. u could have the "best grip in the world" but with out the proper stroke you have nothing.
Buzzz Killington wrote:I for one totally appreciate the research.
Finger on the rim increases spin. That's physics. And a straight putt has the highest chance of connecting, but...
Does spin help a disc fly straight?
That's arguable. Wobblers fly straight, but can't travel far. A spinning disc flies faster, farther, and true to the disc itself, which isn't necessarily straight...
I feel up close I don't need the torque I require 40 ft back to consistantly make the putt.
But would practicing all putts the same regardless of distance increase consistancy? Likely. Changing grips is just one more variable when you're in the business of controlling variables.
Sometimes you have to take a step back to make a leap forward.
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