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The 19th Hole (Ep. 50): Bruce Rearick explains how to successfully switch from an anchored putter

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Master Putting Instructor Bruce Rearick gives his insights on how to make the successful switch from anchored putting on The 19th Hole with Michael Williams. Also appearing Golf Channel Course Architecture Editor Brad Klein and Scheyden Eyewear President Jeff Herold (with a special offer for GolfWRX fans).

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  1. AJ

    Sep 19, 2018 at 12:05 am

    36 mins in and I cant listen to any more. Bad putters simply move their hands too much and cant sense the speed. NO one needs to anchor their stroke. Practice putting with a line drawn on the ball, if it doesnt roll end over end then the face angle is moving around because you are rotating your hands and or swiping it. Just hold the grip in the palms, very different from how you hold your other clubs. If you can roll it on the line then practice with one ball and varying distances to develop feel for distance, it will be easier to adjust for every possible speed later. Putting is hard because greens and not perfect surfaces so do your best and have fun. Theres no secret and we dont need 1000 hours of training to do it, you just need to get comfortable to putt your best.

  2. Dr. Freud

    Sep 15, 2018 at 1:58 am

    Short or long pinisputter…. choose your weapon… ºUº

  3. CrashTestDummy

    Sep 13, 2018 at 9:44 pm

    Bradley was putting great at the BMW. His ball was rolling and tracking online with no weird rolls. He is using a really short putter.

  4. shane

    Sep 13, 2018 at 4:11 pm

    Simply…. find another anchor point or points with the smaller putter.

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