Originally Posted by REDFIVE
Sounds like your issue was more with timing than just the speed of the run up. Moving too fast with your feet can throw off your upper body and arm. Everything should move at the right time in ther correct sequence. Bad timing can throw off accuracy and cause for empty energy. When your timing is on you need less energy to create controlled power.
I have been working on this with my putting recently.
Empty energy! Thats what I was going for, and thats what my drives felt like. I couldnt figure out where I was loosing the energy potential so I decided to slow down, and power down. Now that my timing is spot on, or so it feels like it, my over all game has improved. Normally I play +5 over par from the blue t-pads at white river, now I'm +1, however that new hole 14 @ 655 ft gets me bogey every time so far.