Putting is the recommended starting point when learning to apply the DynAlign pre-shot alignment technique to your set-up. Putting is the simplest form of the DynAlign technique. After you understand how the putting technique works, and you become comfortable with the feel of your address position, you can move to chipping without wrist hinge. There are more choices for chipping than putting, which can add variations for trajectory. The next step is pitching with wrist hinging. The final step is to learn to apply DynAlign to full shots, where you will have choices for both trajectory and spin axis control.
Dynamic pre-shot alignment can increase a golfer's control of clubface angle at impact for all types of golf shots. For putting, it can produce a stable arc stroke for more consistent and accurate results. For chipping and pitching, it can produce a shot with your chosen trajectory and shot direction. For full shots, it can provide a cure for slicing and lead to increased control over intentional draws and fades at a chosen trajectory.