A great way to improve your putting stroke is to eliminate any unnecessary movement in your wrists. With the improved turf management of today, greens roll much truer than when Arnold Palmer was in his prime. He and his contemporaries used a lot of wrist action in their strokes to compensate for slow, bumpy greens. If you were to use that type of stroke today, you would have extreme difficulty controlling your distance with the putter. To reduce or eliminate hinging in your wrists, grip your putter and then wrap a thick rubber band around your wrists. If you hinge your wrists, the rubber band will provide resistance to help keep those wrists quiet during your stroke. Another Golf Tip from Junior Players Golf Academy — Read more @ www.JRPGA.com/blog
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