By Tom Wishon

Who couldn’t benefit from making a few more putts or cutting down on the number of three-putts during a round?

Pretty obvious question, right?

If your problems with poor putting include any of the following…

  • Inconsistent Distance Control
  • Pulling or Pushing Putts
  • Too Many Off-Center Hit Putts

…using a heavy counterweight in the grip end of the putter shaft might just instantly prove to be a real benefit to your putting.

Any of these three above listed problems with putting all boil down to the golfer suffering from a lack of fine motor control.

In practical terms, stroking the putter with a high level of consistency and repeatability requires a very high level of neuromuscular, fine motor…

Read the rest of what Tom has to say about A Counterweight Could Be the Best Thing You Have Ever Done For Your Putting in the August 2017 Monthly Handicap Improver here: