Alpha3, on 12 November 2017 - 10:40 PM, said:
I’m right handed and aim left, on 6’ putt I will be as much a cup out left and think I’m very square. Proper aim looks well right. I have 3 center shaft mallets. Today I was using Cleveland smart square cs when friends laughed and said I should never make a putt, they laid several balls down and said I consistently aimed putter left. I try sbst stroke but apparently cut across ball unconsciously to correct. I practice putting but now I know I don’t see the line.
Could equipment help?
There are members on here that would be much better qualified to answer this but I'll give my 2 cents.
You mentioned that you putt with centre-shafted mallets and miss left. I would speculate that you have an arc in your stroke and that the face-balanced putters you have (your centre-shafted mallets) doesn't suit your stroke. Most blades and flow neck mallets will have toe hang that will fall or "hang" downwards in a right direction. A putter with toe hang may square your stroke better at impact and help eliminate your misses to the left.
I would recommend that you get a putter fitting. If you try various models and compare the stats with different putter types, you can figure out quickly what works best for you.