Putting Tip with Chuck Cook

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Putting Tip with Chuck Cook

Chuck Cook is a top teacher in the world of golf and he has a very unique and easy putting tip to get more consistency and reliability out of your putting stroke. He uses the Hibachi Stick to keep the handle and the putter head moving correctly through your swing.  Depending on the way you swing the club, you could either have the putter head moving to much or the handle end moving too much, both are recipes for disaster when you putt. All you have to do is put the Hibachi Stick in the grip end of your putter, get into position and move that stick either up or down so the stick is just hitting your body. Watch how Chuck Cook describes the right and wrong way to use the Hibachi Stick and you will start making putts on a more consistent basis.

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