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Wrist movement and breaking down is the #1 MISTAKE made by most amateur golfer's when putting.
It causes excessive clubface rotation during the putting stroke, which is a critical error when putting.
Studies show that amateur golfer's average about 20 degrees of club face rotation when putting while PGA Tour pros average only 3-6 degrees of face rotation. Wow!
Simply put, the more the putter face rotates (opening and closing) during the putting stroke, the less likely you are to return it to its original position at impact, which is the key to great putting.
There was no foolproof solution... ...UNTIL LEAN LOCK.
Using my LEAN LOCK putter, with the shaft anchored against the target side of the leading forearm, the opposite side of arm locking, your wrists remain stable and will never break down, I guarantee it!
Any tendency to break down actually makes the connection even stronger.
Why is that a big deal?......because it makes it much more likely you will return the putter face back to "square" at impact.
With the wrist issue solved, I added signature nuances in weight distribution, forearm alignment, elbow positioning, and ball position.
Testing LEAN LOCK using the SAM PuttLab testing system proved it automatically produces near-perfect impact conditions...square putter face, straight path, and a slightly upward angle of attack.
The end result turned out to be remarkably similar to one of the game's all-time great putters, Mr. Jack Nicklaus.