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Wednesday, February 18, 2015

I've Heard of Keeping Your Head Still, But... Really?

This was just so bizarre I had to post it.

Golf Digest did a post called Ryan Moore's At-Home Training Aid Proves PGA Tour Pros Are Just as Crazy as the Rest of Us, which included this picture of a "head stabilizer" Ryan installed in his indoor putting practice area.

Ryan Moore's putting aid

As you can see, it's very simple -- just a couple of boards and 4 angle brackets placed head high and head width on the wall.

No, I don't recommend it. It may be effective -- indeed, it seems to be working for Ryan -- but this seems like overkill to me. I think staying stable and being rigid are two different things. But as the article title says, Tour pros are just as crazy as us weekend players.

Besides, with as much money as Ryan has won, I would have at least sprung for padded boards.

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