Brandel Chamblee says Rory McIlroy ‘needs more [right hand in putting stroke]. Much more’
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Golf Channel’s Brandel Chamblee, as we know, is opinionated, but whatever opinion he is offering has been carefully thought out beforehand. In this story he offers up a wish list of one change he could give to many of today’s best players. “To Rory McIlroy: I would have him practice putting with just his right hand, a la Tiger Woods in his prime. Rory talks about wanting less right hand in his stroke; I would argue he needs more. Much more,” he writes, this one example.
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