We’ve seen a lot of unique putting grips on TOUR.
But a one handed finish? pic.twitter.com/XfdL7IWvwW
— PGA TOUR (@PGATOUR) August 18, 2017
In golf, we experiment with so many things that could help us be better players. Ollie Schniedrjans has a unique way of drilling birdie putts and it’s pretty cool, as he put it on display at the Wyndham championship
He uses both hands for his backswing like normal, but when he brings the putter forward, he uses one hand. In short, Schniederjans has a one-handed putting stroke.
It isn’t something that’s mind blowing, especially considering that you’ll see some pros practice their putting with one hand. Heck, I’ve practiced with one hand, and I’m just some scrub.
However, it’s pretty cool when someone does it in competition. Not to mention, he does it in a way that works which is nice.
So, not only is Schneiderjans making playing golf without a hat cool again, he’s also bringing some flare to the putting game. I think we can say drive for show and putt for show now. Well played Ollie.
Colin GP Mieczkowski
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