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PUTT OUT REVIEW from BIG OGGIE GOLF

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TODAY I GIVE MY HONEST AND UNSPONSORED REVIEW OF THE PUTT-OUT PRESSURE PUTTING TRAINING DEVICE.

HI THERE. MY NAME IS JOHN RO OGDEN, BUT OGGIE WILL DO…

I am a newbie golfer, 51 Years old and lets say, hmm a BIG lad… But that doesn’t stop me, I have a passion for the sport and although I have lots to learn I want to prove to people that Golf can be enjoyed by anyone, regardless of age, size, shape or experience.

BIG OGGIE GOLF is my new channel dedicated to ALL golfers.

We can’t all be professional or scratch standard and many of us will never get close, but we can still have FUN.

So there will be regular Vlogs, Product reviews and Golf Course reviews from around the UK as well as Worldwide.

We will meet many golfers and golf fans along the way and I hope you will get to see things a little differently from the usual Golf Youtube Channels out there.

There will also be lots of fun to be had and once the channel is established regular Competitions for Channel subscribers to take part in.
Golf sometimes gets a bad press and whilst occasionally that might be justified I hope to show it as not quite as stuffy and stereotyped as one would imagine.
There will also be my thoughts on what makes golf seem so stressful for people just starting out, and I will be looking at ways of making that all important first step a little easier.

My Main Camera Canon 80D 18-135mm IS USM lens

MUSIC… Daybreak by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence ()
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4 thoughts on “PUTT OUT REVIEW from BIG OGGIE GOLF

  1. That thing is tough maybe too tough in my opinion, took my about 12 tries to get it to stay in the hole from 3ft lol

    It will improve putting though makes the real hole seem huge

    Think I’ll get one

    1. Thats some great advice my friend and I hope many people who watch my videos will also read your comments and learn from them.
      I will try these ideas myself and see how I get on.

    2. Although it’s difficult to hit the ‘perfect’ putt to get it to stay in the hole on the slope most of the putts that pass over the hole would go in

      I just putt between coasters on the carpet 2 inches apart and putt 20 balls through those a few times a week, the balls don’t come back but it’s good practice using a smaller target

      I also put blu tac on the heel and toe of my putter to practice strike a centre strike is very important in putting

    3. I guess that the old adage of practice makes perfect sums your issues with the PUTT OUT pretty well lol. I agree that whilst it seems hard, and it is hard, it does make that real hole seem a whole lot bigger

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