It impressed these guys. Guys who would not normally be easily impressed.
Bruce Fleisher is one of the most successful players in the history of the Champions Tour. First player to win back-to-back in his first two Seniors events. Player of the Year & Rookie of the Year,1999. Winner US Senior Open, 2001.
Fulton Allem, Champions Tour player and former Golf Channel host, has had a very successful international career, in which he accumulated thirteen tour victories, including three on the PGA Tour.
Steve Pate represented the USA in the 1991 and 1999 Ryder Cups. He has eight tournament victories – including six PGA Tour wins – and more than seventy top-10 finishes.
Peter Senior, with thirty one international victories to his credit, crowned his illustrious career by becoming the oldest winner in the history of The Australian Open, which he won in December 2012.
The Gimmee Putting Trainer
The Gimmee eliminates the most destructive – and most common – fault in golf.
(And it’s the only putting trainer on the market that does !)
With The Gimmee you will develop – and practice – the same technique as used by Tiger Woods today and by Nick Faldo in his prime.
And just how important is it to learn what The Gimmee teaches ? It’s crucial – if you ever want to putt well. At least according to these golf legends:
“Any movement of the head not only will take your stroke off the intended line , but also will prevent you stroking the ball the same way all the time” . . . from ‘Hit It Hard’
Watch Arnie discuss what he regards as the biggest problem for golfers on the green
“Probably the premier technical cause of missed putts – especially short putts – is head movement” . . . from his book ‘Golf My Way’
Watch what Nicklaus has to say about another cause of missed putts
“Good putters keep the body still during the stroke. Bad putters tend to sway toward the hole just before the ball is struck….
There is one point in common among virtually all good putters: they stand with their eyes directly over the ball. …
Nearly all good putters keep the clubhead low to the ground on the backswing .” ….extract from ‘Positive Golf’
Listen to what Gary has to say about Tiger Woods
In an interview with the Sunday Times on the eve of the 2011 British Open, Tom Watson was asked what he believed to be the most prevalent piece of unsolicited advice one gets on the golf course ?
“Keep your head down’, they tell you. What they need to tell you is to keep your head still. . . All of the great players kept their heads still.” “The thing is, you never know how much your head moves until you find a way of monitoring it “.
(We found a way of monitoring – and correcting – it. Now, so have you ! It’s The Gimmee putting trainer)
Tom Watson on establishing the correct set-up
“Every good putter keeps the head absolutely still from start to finish. Every bad putter I know moves the head to some degree…If I move my head even a fraction, it’s almost impossible to keep my putting path stable and true. More than likely I’ll open my shoulders on the forward stroke, causing me to pull the putter across the ball….I practice keeping my head dead still until well after the ball is gone”….. Tiger Woods in his book ‘How I Play Golf
‘The first absolute ‘must’ is a stable body position. I guarantee that you will never see a golfer putt well with any kind of swaying or bobbing motion in his body….in the second play-off hole in the Masters ..I made a mistake many amateurs make ; as I stroked the putt, I instinctively moved my head forward to get a closer look. That tiny movement was enough to turn my shoulders, arms and the putter blade off line, pulling the putt left’.
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Addresses all of the key principles of the putting stroke–Allan Bowman, Dir. Of Golf, Cherry Valley CC, Skillman, NJ.
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" Saves me at least a half dozen shots per round. " "–G. O'Brien, Birmingham, U.K.
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