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
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”.
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 […]
We’ve all popped out of our putts – for your best play on the green, you need to keep that head still. Colby has two prescriptions that’ll help!
Everyone hates leaving a putt short – but this 10-second drill will have you hitting the sweet spot more consistently than ever before.
Use this 60-second swing fix drill to develop perfect pendulum motion. Your putter, just like your swing, needs a proper release.
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 […]
Fact! It’s easier to sink a 2 inch putt as opposed to a 20 foot putt. So what if all we had to worry about was the first 2 inches. Here’s a simple method to help you line up to those longer putts. Survey your putt. Pick your line Pick a spot 2 inches in […]
In golf HOW you practice is just as important as HOW MUCH. One of the best ways to improve the quality of your practice sessions is to simulate the pressure of being on the golf course. And, if you’re anything like me, one of the places where you feel the most pressure is on the […]
If you’re like many of the golfers I know, getting your ball down in two when you’re only 15 to 20 feet away from the hole on the putting surface isn’t too much of a challenge. But what about when you find your ball on the green 30, 40, or even 50 feet away from […]