What is arm lock putting and should you try it?
What is Arm Lock Putting? Arm Lock Golf putting was created and approved for official play by the USGA after the ban of using an “anchor point” while putting in 2016. “Traditional” Arm Lock putters require golfers to purchase an expensive $300-$400 dedicated putter to use the Arm Lock Technique.
How much does an arm lock putter cost?
“Traditional” Arm Lock putters require golfers to purchase an expensive $300-$400 dedicated putter to use the Arm Lock Technique. Our AL Series Putter Grips (AL2 and CVTR) will convert ANY putter you already own to an Arm-Lock putter by just changing the grip.
How do you putt with a lead arm?
Here’s the basic concept: Connect the shaft of your putter to your lead arm at address (photo, above) and keep it there during your stroke. By doing this you eliminate any deviations in shaft angle from setup to impact, where most putting errors occur.
Should you keep your putter attached to Your Arms when putting?
They can give you added power on longer putts, more touch on shorter ones, and a more free-flowing stroke. And after all, even though the idea of keeping your putter attached to your arms sounds great in theory, it can be equally terrible.