Your instinctive hand-eye coordination determines the size of the stroke you'll make to give the putt the proper speed in response to your sense of the distance. The visual input is from your memory rather than from your eyes, but the hand-eye coordination works the same way. It's still action in response to what you're seeing.(click to watch Dr. Joe's "Into the Picture Drill")
-- from the chapter "Roll It Into the Picture"
in HOW TO MAKE EVERY PUTT: The Secret to Winning Golf's
Game Within the Game by Dr. Joe Parent
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