That sounds like a stupid question, doesn't it?
Doesn't everyone look at the ball when putting? Golf's most influential psychologist, Bob Rotella, thinks more golfers should follow Spieth's example.
A study of 40 amateurs with Looking to put it on you ranging from eight to 36 showed that looking at the hole helps you leave your long putts closer to yok hole averaging 28" to the hole compared to 37" when looking at the ball as well as your short putts leaving an average 9" tap-in when looking at the hole, compared to If they gave it a proper chance and get used to it, Lookjng putt better as well.
He knew that if he did it and it worked, others would copy.
It was the same with the belly putter, the degree wedge, and the claw grip — when they first came out, people thought they were strange, but when they work and people win with them, they quickly become mainstream. World number four Lexi Looking to put it on you started putting with her eyes closed as a practice drill towards the end of last season.
It worked so well that she decided to start doing it on the couse, in tournaments. A putting tip found online helped year-old Russell Knox secure his first win on the European Tour. I went online and Googled 'How to improve my putting'.
I started just staring at that point instead of staring at the ball while I was making my stroke. It was amazing how much it freed me up.
It took my focus off my stroke a little bit and alowed my arms to release easier. For some reason, everything went in.
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