Putting

Grips
Overlapping & Cross Handed grips are
 two sound fundamental grips

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Setup
When the ball settles down in the rough, you better get the club coming in steeper

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Putting Stroke (shoulders)
Hitting a ball on a down slope, you have to change your shoulder angle

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Putting Stroke (square to square)
Keep the club face square to the intended line or target

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Forward Press
This motion will help you to initialize your stroke

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Keeping your head still
Eliminates excessive motion and allows your
shoulders to rock back and forth

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Putting Routine
Consistency in your setup and practice
 strokes help to ensure good results

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Short Putt
Any putt 6 feet or less

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Short Putt (practice exercises)
This step drill & clock drill will help
you to make those short putts

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Medium Putt
Any putt from 6 feet to 20 feet

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Medium Putt (Practice exercise)
Getting the ball into a 17 inch circle
 will help you to make more putts

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Long Putt
Any putt 20 feet or longer

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Long Putt (practice exercise)
When ever you can lag it to within 3 feet
you will minimize the dreaded 3 putt

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Feel
Development of technique & mechanics

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Reading Greens
Understanding terrain and the effects
it has on uphill & downhill putts

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Downhill Putt
A short put can be tricky. I will show you
a little trick for hitting this putt.

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Fringe Putt
Your worst putt will always be better than your worst chip

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Pressure Putt
Steady your body and trust your stroke

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Putting practice before a round
Try and get your feel for the speed of the greens

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Preparing Mentally
Putting is 90% mental

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Long Putter
Is the long putter right for you?
I will teach you the proper way to use the long putter

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