The chief executive officer of Buyer’s Choice Inc., William (Bill) Deyesso possesses more than two decades of experience in the insurance industry. Away from his work at Buyer’s Choice, William Deyesso likes to golf.
Putting is an essential stroke that can make a difference in whether or not you achieve a birdie. To improve your putt, practice green-reading skills. In an article released by Golf Magazine regarding a Pinehurst Golf Academy study, research determined that 65 percent of golfers miss their putt by not reading the break correctly.
To avoid becoming part of this statistic, do not focus on analyzing the green from the place where you intend to putt. Golf Magazine concluded that this perspective does not improve slope detection accuracy. Instead, position yourself on the green to look up to the location from which you will complete the putt. Then use an object, like a magazine, to set perpendicular sight lines. In doing so, you can differentiate changes in slope without external distractions to distort how you view the terrain.
William Deyesso - Successful Boston Real Estate Developer and Insurance Executive