Train Putting Path March 13, 2013March 28, 2017 James OldPutting. Post navigation Don’t Lose Your FeelMaintain Your Putting Feel 4 thoughts on “Train Putting Path” Hi Shawn. I have a theory about ‘putting path’ I am playing golf now for over 45 years (I am 82 yrs of age) Although now I play 3 times a week – 9 holes- I can get 3-4 pars every round (teeing off rom seior tees)The least handicap I ever played was 12.On our courses where most of the grrns are flat and sloping and not more than 30 ft in dia I have my own theory while putting. Most of the times when the green keeper changes the position of the hole he leaves a ‘scar’ of the previous hole. No matter whether it is uphill or downhill, I find that when I take a ‘plumb’ between the ball and the hole; and if the scar of rhe previous hole position is in line with my line of the putt, all I have to do is to roll my putt in line with the center of the ‘scar’ and believe you me I get the hole 1 putt 9 out of 10 times. I call it ‘Bal Jog’s Theorem’. It works : I don’t know how !! Bal Jog Reply Bal–honestly what ever works for you — do it. Reply The best instruction on the net! Reply Alec–we will keep the it coming on the net. Thanks! Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.