Gees! I eventually beat bloody Billy Dunk (record holder of most course records or something) but I didn't beat the course. They should call that course 'Laggputt'.
Unfortunately it didn't record the round of mine.........Ted Ball. 's.
Putting naked is becoming even more enlightening. I'm finding I'm asking myself to be more positive (long uphill curlers) and don't trust mathematics. Being bold is not the answer but being less weak might be.
The visualisation of the putting process in PG - without aids apart from aiming - is wonderful. It has potential to be even more effective with enhancements. I can read adequately from the opening default view but getting different views of the putt stops bad errors. The backlift is gauged by the track of the putter against the shoes. It's reasonably accurate. Experience is the basis of naked putting and it doesn't take long. It's a fair challenge.
Now, it's on to Sandhills or Sandy Hollow or Sandy Nelson. Somewhere or other.