“Drive for Show, Putt for Dough.”
- Understanding the golf green is just one aspect of how to improve your golf putt. Learning to read the green means gauging the slope, making note of how long or short the grass is, wind direction and probable break point. Becoming aware of the type of grass at each golf course can determine how fast or slow your golf ball rolls.)
- Did you know that putting is two thirds of the game of golf? No wonder so many golf instructors stress the importance of developing this ability. To excel at golf you must have a good putt shot and swing.
- The secret to developing a good golf putt is one of practice! Set up fairly close to the hole and when you are able to get the ball in the hole consistently, move back by one or two feet. Repeat this routine until you can putt the ball into the hole from a distance of at least eight feet.
- It takes a good amount of concentration to make good putts regularly. Using putting games like those described in “Putting Games: 24 Easy Drills to Make You A Winner” can make your practice a lot more fun. Available both in print and as a kindle book.
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