BJM STD PUTTER GRIPS
This putting system has been tested on an iTrainer and a SAM PUTT LAB. The noticeable improvements are: The club face rotation rate is reduced, not restricted or inhibited but reduced. So what’s the advantage of this? If the club face rotation rate is reduced it is in direct relationship to the ability and consistency of returning the club face squarely at the time of contact. Let me explain this a little more.
Imagine the club path was arced or circular, what BJM are ultimately looking for is the club face to be perpendicular or at a 90 degree angle to the path. This in turn is allowing the putter head and face to be moving in unison, of course concluding sound mechanics or no contradictions in the core mechanics. I’ll go into contradictions at a later stage.
Of course BJM must consider the direction, path and decent/ascent of the putter head together but separately. Now this may seem like a statement of contradiction but let me explain. Because BJM body parts can move independently from one another then there maybe influences on the actual movement even though the athlete has set up correctly, influences include:
Hence why BJM must look at the STATIC STRUCTURE – DYNAMIC STRUCTURE – DYNAMIC MOVEMENT EFFICIENCY individually as an influence on outcome, but develop, design and access the overall mechanics with the desired outcome in mind, SPECIFIC GOAL ORIENTATION.
This is the reason why I say BJM must access the movements separately but together. To conclude, the new putting system encourages individual body parts to work together with a common goal or desired outcome with no contradictions in the mechanics, hence the reason why I say this new putting hold creates SYNERGY.