When comparing linear vs. non-linear golfers and how they visualize when reading the putt, know that neither is right or wrong.
It is helpful to know how to read a putt using plumb bobbing because it will help you get better at reading how a short putt will break.
Learning how to read the grain of the grass is going to make a big difference when putting on Bermuda greens.
The conventional grip was once the most common grip anyone used. In this article, we will explain how to do a conventional grip for putting.
When putting inside of 25 feet we want to be aggressive and focus on getting the ball to the hole. Try a semi-circle drill to help.
Putting outside of 25 feet separates the PGA Tour pros from the average golfer. This drill will help you save a lot of shots on the green.
Putting inside of 10 feet is what really separates the pros from the amateurs. You only need 3 golf balls and 3 tees for this pro drill.
This simple drill can significantly improve your putting inside of 6 feet. All you need are two golf balls and eight tees.
You can be the best player from tee to green but without a good putting stroke technique, you still won't be able to put up the best score.
Learning to read the green like a pro can be a difficult task for amateur golfers. Simplify your putts with these tips and tricks!