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When the Ball-Marker is Moved Accidentally

When the Ball-Marker is Moved Accidentally

Van Rooyen drops his putter on his ball-marker An absorbing 2018 Open Championship at Carnoustie, Scotland, was relatively Rules incident free, but there was one ruling that may be of interest to readers, not because it played any part in the ups and downs of the player concerned, but because of the changes in the […]

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Control Your Putter Speed

Control Your Putter Speed

Deceleration is a sure way to ruin your putt. It closes the putter face just enough to send even the shortest putts wide of the mark. The best way to avoid the decel and train to properly accelerate through your putts is the HackersRX training aid. Check it out right here: HackersRx.

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Putt Alignment Training

Putt Alignment Training

For those times you need a bit more reassurance on those more difficult putts. A great way to utilize a very cost effective training aid to simplify and sink more putts.

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Step back and take a look

Step back and take a look

Step back and take a look. With this simple drill you’ll be able to visualize your line to the hole. And hopefully sink a few more putts. The Lag Stick Training Aid

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Putt Around the Clock

Putt Around the Clock

Start burying more putts right away… even on sloped greens. This drill will help you predict breaks a lot easier. It will become like “clockwork”.

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Marking a Ball on the Putting Green

Marking a Ball on the Putting Green

I am often asked this question… Is marking the position of a ball on a putting green with the toe of a putter head permitted by the Rules? Personally, I wish that it wasn’t, as in my opinion it is an unsatisfactory, lazy practice that should be discouraged, especially in competitive golf, but this part […]

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Where to Stand on the Putting Green

Where to Stand on the Putting Green

Golfers sometimes fall out with their fellow competitors, or opponents, over where they should stand on the putting green while putts are being made. In my opinion, regardless of where they stand it is more important that they should remain absolutely silent and motionless while anyone is making their stroke. You may be surprised to […]

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