Tiger Shark Blue Proline Putter Grip

Putting System

Posted by Robert

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Tiger Shark Blue Proline Putter Grip I'll try anything to improve my putting. I've tried long putters and short putters. I've tried left-hand low and right-hand low. I even putted left-handed. I've tried an open stance and a closed stance. I've even tried putting with my eyes closed, seriously!

So when KJ Choi won the Memorial a few years ago putting with the Tiger Shark Blue Putting System, I had to try it. It's a great idea. The general concept is to put a grip so big on your putter that there's no way in heck that you can manipulate it with your wrists, which we all know is a very common swing flaw that causes a lot of missed putts.

They advertise this product as "a patented, virtually taper-free design that evenly distributes grip pressure between the right and left hands for sensitivity and stability." This is a fancy way of saying the grip is all one size. I can accomplish the same effect by duct-taping two empty toilet paper rolls on to the end of my putter.

That being said, it definitely gave me a very good sense for keeping my wrists locked and swinging my arms like a pendulum. Unfortunately, the bulky grip takes away from my feel. To me, putting is all about my feel, and I prefer to have better touch and more feedback in my hands.

Don't get me wrong. I would recommend adding the Tiger Shark Blue Putting System to your invaluable stash of training aids to be used occasionally at the practice green. But for the real thing, I'll stick with my old tried and true small traditional grip -- with my eyes open, that is.

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