because it is exactly what I am trying to do. This is going to sound a little like spin to justify my wrongness, but I already posted that I made a boo boo.

Whenever you make a change, it is uncomfortable…because it’s a change. It also looks contrived to the trained eye…because you are forcing something to happen to retrain muscle memory.

All that being said, I am trilled to hear that Phil is trying to go back to the way he used to do things and that he is having huge success with it. As I am typing this he has 7 consecutive one putts.

I am also trying to get back to the way I used to do things before guru “methods” caused me so many problems.

Which brings me to the way golf should be taught. Using what you do well already as a base…not changing what one does to fit an arbitrary “correct” way of doing things according to what some big name guru says.

This should work from the worst beginner, all the way up to the best player int he world.