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I used to over-simplify my approach to putting tempo, using the logic
that the disc should have just enough on it to run out of gas and fall
into the chains with just enough power left to slip into the cage. That way, more marginal putts will fall in, and those that miss will usually end up close enough for a drop-in. But
on further examination, it's clear that different situations require
different tempos.

Click here for a quick breakdown of when it makes sense to try to keep the disc on a straight line and hit the chains firmly, and when
it doesn't.

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