Why spend more valuable time on practice that isn't paying off? I'll be the first to tell you that practice doesn't make perfect; practice makes permanent. What a lot of my students need-and you may need as well-is a way to make your practice helpful cumulatively. This means that last month's practice helps you this month, and this month's practice will help you in the future. It's my belief that a pendulum-type motion in the putting stroke is essential to this kind of learning. A pendulum ...

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