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Putting without anchoring the putter to our body is very simple with the Side Saddle / Face on Putting technique using the GP putter. At all times during the putting stroke, the putter head is square to our target line. This Face-on Putting method is 100% legal in 2023 for every golf tournament in the world and very easy to master. The GP putter "Conforms with USGA rules" and was designed to have a perfect pendulum stroke. Please have a look at our videos and you will be very surprised with the result. Download the USGA letter in PDF
The side saddle putting method can improve your golf game because it:
- Promotes a more consistent set up, as the putter is positioned behind the ball on the same line every time.
- Encourages better alignment, as the putter face is easily visible from the side.
- Reduces wrist action, which can lead to less inconsistencies in the stroke.
- Increases confidence, as the putting technique becomes more stable.
There are several reasons why someone might choose to use the side saddle putting technique, including:
- Comfort: Some players find that side saddle putting is more comfortable for their posture and arm position.
- Better aim: Side saddle putting can allow for more precise aim as the player can look directly down the target line.
- Less wrist movement: The technique minimizes wrist movement, reducing the risk of wrist breakdown and improving consistency.
- Style preference: Side saddle putting is a personal preference and some golfers simply prefer the style.
What to improve your score? Work more on your putting!
The percentage of made putts from 8 feet in golf can vary depending on several factors such as the skill level of the golfer, the condition of the greens, and the type of putter used. On average, a tour professional can expect to make about 50% of their putts from 8 feet, while the average amateur golfer may make closer to 30-40%. However, these are just rough estimates and actual numbers can vary greatly.