One of the reasons Ryan Moore was able to become a Ryder Cup hero on debut as Davis Love’s captain’s pick – despite his very quirky swing – is because he does a number of key things well, among them: keeping his head really still. And, apparently, that hasn’t gone unnoticed by Moore.
A picture that did the rounds on Twitter last year showing how Moore installed a training aid on his indoor practice putting green that is designed specifically to keep his head down and still.
Hey, whatever works for you is something you should repeat. And after winning a crucial point in the Saturday four-ball and Sunday’s singles matches in his Ryder Cup debut, this five-time US PGA Tour winner can practise any way he wants:
— Joey Weaver (@ACLdestroyer) February 17, 2015