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Golf Australia Express : August 2014
the gear I N a time before rain-sensing windscreen wipers and ergonomic egg whisks, golfers had no choice but to work tirelessly to iron out flaws in their technique. A kink in a backswing would require hundreds, nay, thousands of repetitions on the driving range in order to groove the stroke. A spasmodic slice meant a voyage to the witch doctor at the local pro shop. Likewise, suspect putting techniques required hours upon hours of monotonous drills to hone golf’s most elusive skill. A CRASH COURSE IN COUNTER BALANCE PUTTERS Words by Adrian Ballantyne