December 12, 2014
I get what you mean, but the geometry and physics of putting is such a chaotic non-linear system, for any putting system to be truly accurate the slope, speed and break would have to be the same throughout the putt. Any differentiation at all would require aiming for every part of the putt. And of course the aim vs speed issue means you would need to accurately know precisely how hard you're going to hit it before aiming for each part.
I'm 100% sure it works for many. But so does plumb bobbing or a 20 inch putter. If Aimpoint users start always being at the top of putting stats I'll happily eat my words and start using it. I'm just skeptical of the Science behind it. I see it as a guess and check method. However, I bet the stepping astride the line would help people with depth perception issues read slope a ton.
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