Golf Digest’s Matthew Rudy asked Brian Manzella and Tony Ruggiero to “explain how DeChambeau is so efficient with his putter – and why some of the new U.S. Open champion’s methods might work for you.”
Tony’s take –
“There’s no doubt it’s easier to putt with the putter locked on his arm like that, and if you were going to teach somebody how to putt from scratch it would probably be a piece that would get them decent faster than anything else. Being rigid like that can bring limitations feel-wise, but he licked those limitations by having a system that lets him equate stroke size to distance.
“He probably doesn’t have to think about putting very much besides reading a green.”