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I can not seem to get a groove down for my putting at really any distance. I am going to start on the Mark Ellis Putting with confidence program during Feb, but I could really use some tips on the fundamentals of putting...I also am currently putting with an Aviar, but have been considering trying a new putter, so if you have any suggestions on putters that would be great.

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i use a soft ryno myself but i'm switching 2 the jk aviar.... but just keep putting... and i can't stress this enough putt with confidence.... the mental part is such a big part of this game play every shot confidently... don't get mad or if u do don't stay mad leave it at the hole and move on.. check out my blogs and there are a couple that should help you... if u have any questions just hit me up.... remember NEGATIVE THOUGHTS BRING NEGATIVE RESULTS
Try and practice "push putting" - get the Champions Way DVD. Dave Feldberg and Ken Climo have a good explatation of how to "push putt" and "spin putt" Ultimately, you decide if you are going to make the putt before you even thow it. So practice alot (muscle memory) and try not to think too much. Also, for putts within 30-feet, try and focus on a link you want to hit, clear your thoughts (but feel confident) and make your shot. Don't watch the disc fly, instead keep your focus on the link you are aiming for until the disc splashes into the chains.
Stay with your Aviar. I learned to putt by watching the best putters around and I noticed something. They all had in common. They putt HARD. Not so hard that the disc falls out of the chains, but they don't try to float it in. So my advice, pretend the basket is further back than it really is. No pansey putting. One more thing...keep a clear head. If you have a bad feeling step back turn around, look somewhere else, then step back up to putt.
your doomed! ddooommed I say !!!

haha. my only advice would be stick with the putter you have. nothing wrong with the Aviar!!
I only say that because I have tried to "fix" my putting by using different putters thinking it would solve my problem, and in a way..it did, because it made me realize it was me and my form, and has and will be said some more, my 'mental' game, which was causing me issues.
but otherwise.. I like my Discraft Soft Challenger and the Quest Crossfire (which I lost ) and even my old Buzzz for putting sometimes. (the Aviar is currently in my bag:)

opinions are like putters, everyone has a different one.

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