Kevin Na wouldn't be Kevin Na without some kind of quirk to his golf game. He's abandoned the swing-over-the-ball pre-shot routine, but has a different wrinkle these days: using two putting strokes.
Na, who shot 5-under 67 on Thursday at the Arnold Palmer Invitational, is using the Claw grip for shorter putts, but then using a traditional grip for longer putts.
"I'll do conventional, and [on] the short ones -- somewhat short ones, 20 feet and in -- I'll do the claw and it's been working," Na said Thursday. "I'm going to keep doing it."
Whatever works, right? However, Na won't face a life-or-death decision if he faces a putt that's on the edge of that 20-foot range.
"It's not going to be 21 feet [and] I can't do it," Na explained. "Kind of a guideline I have right now."
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