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The Putting Arc - T3
What should I know about The Putting Arc?
If you ask 20 people how the putter should move back and through the ball, 18 would say "straight back and straight through." Unfortunately this is incorrect for the majority of golfers. In order for the putter to move straight back and through, the golfer must swing the putter on a plane which is absolutely vertical or perpendicular to the ground. The spinal axis of rotation must be horizontal. Most golfers cannot do this and their putting plane is at an angle which lies between horizontal and vertical. Therefore, the perfect putting path would not be “straight back and straight through.” Instead, it would travel back and through on an arc. Apollonius of Perga, who lived between 262 BC and 190 BC, was the first to calculate the measurements of this arc, and The Putting Arc was created using his formulas.
For every foot the putter head moves from the ball, the putter head itself should move inside from 1/8 to 3/4 of an inch, depending on the set-up measurements of the golfer. The sweet spot of the putter head is then capable of staying in a perfect relationship to the correct quadrant of the ball. The Putting Arc will enable you to create a pure putting stroke in which the putter head moves back (and slightly upward and inward at the same time) while the face of the putter stays square to the "putter path" instead of the "target line". This enables the proper closure on the ball and the proper release of the putter head. The Putting Arc uses geometric dimensions to make certain the player obtains the correct stroke path, proper putter face closure, and proper putter face release during the stroke. The Putting Arc ensures the proper stroke path and face angle, which leads to a lot of "made" putts.
The Putting Arc is built from the golf swing and putting concepts of Homer Kelley, Mark Evershed, Ben Doyle, Mike Shannon, VJ Trolio, the Conic Section formulas of Apollonius, and the applied mathematics of Joey Hamilton. Without the information these men gave to the game of golf, The Putting Arc could never have been created.