What are the Benefits of a Heavy Putter Head Ladies Putter Tip (Video)
What are the Benefits of a Heavy Putter Head Ladies Putter Tip (Video)

There really is a wide variety of Putters to choose from on the market nowadays and when it comes to picking the correct Putter for use and individual, it is very much a personal choice. But if you struggle with your Putting, especially on shorter Putts, then one thing you should consider is going to a much heavier Putter Head. The heavier the Putter Head is the more its going to get you to use the large muscles in your body to make the stroke. And that’s really going to help if you find that you are someone that struggles with a very wristy stroke or you have the yips in the stroke in the past. The yips are created, in the wristy strokes created by using the smaller muscles in the swing, so using the wrist a lot. And we tend to say that, a wristy flicking action such as this, or stop a jerking action as you would see with a yip stroke, if you move to a heavier Putter Head it really will help to smooth these movements out.

The reason being the more weight you’ve got in to the bottom of that Putter, the more it’s going to create a pendulum stroke. And the more pendulum like action you’ve got, the last you are using your wrist. With all the weight at the bottom of the Putter and in Putter head, so all the weights in the bottom of that stroke, you are going to swing the Putter back using the larger muscles of your body rather than the smaller muscles, and because you are using these larger muscles you are less likely to use that jerky action, and you won’t use your wrist quite as much. Also with the larger Putter Head and the heavier Putter Head you will find that your temper improves, because you really can feel the movement in that Putter head. So swapping to a much heavier Putter really will help improve your stroke, and you will tend to find that you swing the Putter a little bit bigger, and have – with better tempo, so that your hole in shorter Putts much more frequently. So if you do struggle, you tent to be a little bit wristy or have – stop the action to the Putting, consider swapping to the heavier Putter Head it really will help things.
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There really is a wide variety of Putters to choose from on the market nowadays and when it comes to picking the correct Putter for use and individual, it is very much a personal choice. But if you struggle with your Putting, especially on shorter Putts, then one thing you should consider is going to a much heavier Putter Head. The heavier the Putter Head is the more its going to get you to use the large muscles in your body to make the stroke. And that’s really going to help if you find that you are someone that struggles with a very wristy stroke or you have the yips in the stroke in the past. The yips are created, in the wristy strokes created by using the smaller muscles in the swing, so using the wrist a lot. And we tend to say that, a wristy flicking action such as this, or stop a jerking action as you would see with a yip stroke, if you move to a heavier Putter Head it really will help to smooth these movements out.

The reason being the more weight you’ve got in to the bottom of that Putter, the more it’s going to create a pendulum stroke. And the more pendulum like action you’ve got, the last you are using your wrist. With all the weight at the bottom of the Putter and in Putter head, so all the weights in the bottom of that stroke, you are going to swing the Putter back using the larger muscles of your body rather than the smaller muscles, and because you are using these larger muscles you are less likely to use that jerky action, and you won’t use your wrist quite as much. Also with the larger Putter Head and the heavier Putter Head you will find that your temper improves, because you really can feel the movement in that Putter head. So swapping to a much heavier Putter really will help improve your stroke, and you will tend to find that you swing the Putter a little bit bigger, and have – with better tempo, so that your hole in shorter Putts much more frequently. So if you do struggle, you tent to be a little bit wristy or have – stop the action to the Putting, consider swapping to the heavier Putter Head it really will help things.