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Golf Tip of the Fortnight
Putting and Short Game Tip
This tip is for all the people who answered the last poll question (below in the right column) indicating that they wore their glove when putting. Once you have the mechanics of putting handled (something that 1. is not difficult to
learn, 2. does not take a lot of practice time and 3. would have a huge positive impact on one's scorebut that I have noticed the majority of recreational golfers ignoring
putting boils down to reading and touch. It seems to make sense to have as much direct contact with the sensitive nerves in the hands and fingers as possible to give oneself the best
potential for feel and touch.
suggest that you at least try not wearing a glove when you putt, or on any short game shot that requires good sensitivity. You might like it. Of course, that having been said, Jack Nicklaus wore a glove on all
shots, including putting. There are probably other players that wear a glove when putting too, but none come to mind right now ... and there are very few of them.
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