When putting, it is a basic fundamental to keep the wrists quiet during the stroke.

This helps to improve direction and distance control of the stroke by eliminating the tendancy to "HIT" the ball.
Firstly, the V-Easy is placed under the arms. The upper arms holds it in place, to stop it sliding down the putter shaft.
Then the putter is placed on the hinge just below the bottom of the grip and rests on the wrists as shown.


The golfer then lowers the putter to the green and makes the stroke.

You will feel immediately how the wrists are held in place and the putting stroke is made simply by rocking the shoulders.

At this point, the V-Easy may be adjusted up and down the putter shaft for your own comfort.


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