Keep it random, keep it stressful

Leave it to one of the best putters in the world, to have one of the best drills in the world. It is deliberate, it is random AND it adds an element of stress. We love that this drill deals with a lot of the clutch distance putts… you know… the ones you need to make to save par. Check it out, we know you will love this drill.

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7 Responses to Keep it random, keep it stressful

  1. CHASTEL October 21, 2018 at 10:07 am #

    According to the latest tour statistics (Strokes gained ) ,the best putter today is JASON DAY

    • Quite The Chap October 21, 2018 at 5:55 pm #

      Hey Chastel, it wouldn’t surprise me, his putting is pretty ridiculous! A handful of tour players have either tinkered or switched to the Taylormade Spider putter because of his success with it.

  2. Thomas Brokl January 9, 2019 at 4:37 pm #

    I was surprised you did not use the BAT putter in the video.

    You could have subliminally caused all of us to buy the BAT, in addition to trying the drill.

    How do you like the Stroke Saver Grip? How did it change your putting stroke?

    • Quite The Chap January 14, 2019 at 1:26 pm #

      Hey Thomas, I love the Super Stroke grip. It’s definitely helped me take the tension of out my wrists and hands allowing them to be a little more loose without ‘breaking down’. The Bat Putter (nothing to see here)

  3. MikeyB January 9, 2019 at 8:26 pm #

    Keep it….getting booted off the putting green by the pro because other players have complained that you are using the ENTIRE putting surface. Trust me. If it’s 7:00 am and you have 5 cups blocked off, you should pray to the God of your choice that I have consumed at least 1 coffee.

    I’m the guy who will ask NICELY that you maybe reconsider the amount of real estate your drill is consuming. Failure to ‘take the hint’ will result in me whacking 15 of your balls into green side bunkers, across cart paths, and possibly all the way to the parking lot with solid contact of my putter impersonating a wedge.

    Am I a douche? No. Just not a morning person. This is why I usually make 10:45 am tee off times. I can appreciate anyone wanting to get better at this silly game. I’ve been doing it for 40 years. I just don’t believe practice should be a public spectacle with a ‘look at me and how hard I practice’ vibe.

    An example would be the new driver a-hole. After every ball one, two, three clicks of the wrench. Having been duped that his new carbon fiber, nuclear powered, dolphin save, carbon foot print neutral seven hundred dollar driver will launch his 77 mph swing speed into orbit, he is required by law to “Wooooo!” his way through at least 25% of the bucket before his constant hosel adjustments lose any ability to get a ball more than 172 yards before hooking or slicing into the next zip code. He then F-bombs his way through the last 15 balls calling his wonder club a piece of sh#t at a volume audible to half the range and the brand rep for his club setting up his little demo tent for the day.

    • Quite The Chap January 14, 2019 at 1:19 pm #

      Hey MikeyB, thanks for writing in. I should clarify – you don’t use all the holes at the same time. You most definitely can use one hole at a time while performing the drill. I’m with you, I’d get a little upset if someone was using the entire green. Cheers.

  4. glen r albaugh January 10, 2019 at 5:09 pm #

    Equipment is just the price of admission to high level putting. Randomizing practice drills – practice like you play – with consequences transfers to on course play

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