Putting is the smallest motion that we’re going to make on the golf course, and people often make it a lot harder than it needs to be.
One of the things that trips up so many golfers with their irons is where to place the ball in their stance to hit straight shots consistently.
One of the biggest problems that plague golfers is inconsistency with their putting and they often don’t realize the thing that is most likely causing them issues, the alignment of their putts. Many golfers are missing putts because the face of their putter actually isn’t square which causing them to miss-hit and that is exactly… Continue reading →
Putting is one of the most important elements of your golf game, as well as being one of the leading sources of frustration for many. We all know that we need to work on it if we want to have any hope of finally getting our score where we want it (as well as our sanity).
Find a straight putt and set tees at 3, 4, 5, 6, and 10 feet. All putts must be made before moving on to the next distance. Make 30 putts from 3 feet– then 25 putts from 4 feet– then 15 feet from 5 feet– then 10 feet from 6 feet– then 5 from 10 feet… Continue reading →
Hank Vereschzagin, Teaching Professional at the Haggin Oaks Golf Complex, brings you a putting tip to improve your path and distance control when on the green. This month, Hank is sharing a putting tip with our readers. From working with students on the lesson tee, he has found that putting is probably the most ignored… Continue reading →
Watch Calvin Carpenter, Teaching Professional at Haggin Oaks Golf Complex for the tip of the week! One of Calvin’s favorite putting drills is to work on those short 3 foot putts. Start by chalking a line about 3 feet long. He used chalk, but you can use spray paint or string. If you use string… Continue reading →