Develop a smooth putting stroke with a coin. Start making solid contact with the ball…with a coin. Quite The Chap demonstrates how a coin can help your putting stroke. Use the first drill to stop yourself from ‘hitting’ the ball and allow yourself to start stroking the ball. Use the second drill to help start […]
Tag Archives | putting
Here are two fantastic putting drills that you can use indoors when the weather is just not cooperating…or let’s face it, when you just don’t want to leave the house. These two, super simple drills, are going to target your stroke and your putter face alignment at impact. You don’t have to be on the […]
When it comes to putting, the excuses are countless to avoid uttering the word… “choke”… a good-old “failure to perform” under pressure. It can be called a mis-read putt, problems with distance control and so on. In reality though, when anxiety runs high and your confidence runs low, you tend to over-think. Here’s a quick-tip […]
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 […]
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.
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.
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 […]
Golf Yogi Mark Williamson explains how the top golf pros use breathing techniques to focus their shots – and how you can do it yourself.
Simple stretches that will improve your mobility, your flexibility, and open up your hips to improve your short game