|BUILD YOUR OWN PUTTER & SIDESADDLE TECHNIQUES
IT'S TIME TO STAND UP AND FACE YOUR PUTTING PROBLEMS
Since you got this far, you must be convinced by now to give it a try.
So what's next?... If you're still not sure, try some short putts with your own putter or even better use a tall split-gripped model. If you don't have one, borrow one at your pro shop. You won't be disappointed if you at least give it a chance.
Once you feel the ease and simplicity of this system, you will probably want to start using a putter that is designed specifically for this style. It makes a huge difference in your feel for pace and direction.
For the rest of you that are sure this works... and you should be if you read all the pages that got you to this one and are ready to get started... here are some suggestions:
You can make your own without too much cost ($3O-$5O depending on the quality of head material, components and/or professional help you might choose. Just make sure the head as deep from face to back as it is from heel to toe... mine is 4 1/2" X 4 1/2". Give it a good visible sight line on top from the "face" to the "back"... This line is what you swing towards the target, not the putter face. For best results, the shaft should be located dead center... equal distance from heel to toe and front to back. You must also have at least a 1O% angle on the shaft to make it legal. If you need help with this just phone or E-mail me.
If you plan to build your own, I have found long putter shafts, mid grips, ferrules, heads etc. CALL ME AT TOLL FREE NUMBER ON NEXT PAGE.
You can make a very good head from brass, bronze or aluminum like I did if you have a way to cut it or somebody to cut it for you. I'll e-mail you the URL for my design and simple directions. USE AUTO-RESPONDER ON NEXT PAGE.
And finally for a few bucks more and a lot less work, there are many sidesaddle putters on the market now and I have information on all of them. And you can have one on it's way with a toll free phone call.