The infamous sharpie line! Friend or enemy? Do you use it? Or do you use it as a mental form of torture for you and your playing partners.

I find most golfers spend more time worrying about the line then they do anything else. The other issue is you second guess whether the line is properly lined up to your intended target once you’re over the ball. It always looks so different so you don’t fully commit to the putt.

Well if this sounds familiar then watch today’s quick little fix to learn how to steady you’re eyes and focus on putting the best stroke on the ball.

4 Responses to Sharpie

  1. Ianoue November 21, 2016 at 2:08 pm #

    Practised this today. “Seemed” to help. Will let you know after Wed outing. Thanks!

    • Dan Tanner February 27, 2017 at 11:41 am #

      I also have a dot on the center of the top of my putter face focusing on hitting this dot to the dot on the ball and a spot 2 inches in front of the ball. Doing this really helps with pulls and pushes.

  2. John Butcher February 26, 2017 at 8:19 pm #

    I like the line but will try the dot. I actually draw the 90 degree line from the template as well, which helps me align the putter to the line more squarely.

  3. Caleb February 27, 2017 at 1:20 pm #

    You should instead use the Check Go Pro to balance and put a line completely around the ball, now you have a more accurate “line up” of the direction you want your putt to go. This also helps in squaring up the putter to the ball. Now you can forget about the line and just concentrate on the speed.

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