Putting

Get the most out of your putting with the "Putt in the Box" drill, as demonstrated by PGA Professional Joe Plecker.

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Tools for Better Putting
A carpenter's chalk-line and a CD disc are great putting aids to have in your golf bag. The chalk-line is useful to help you with your alignment and stroke. Find a straight six to ten foot putt on a practice green. Snap a chalk-line from the hole back to desired distance.
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The "Lefts of Chipping" (Unless you're a Lefty)
Chipping it close makes a round of golf more enjoyable and takes some stress off your putter.  Learn the "Lefts of Chipping" to improve your short, low shots around the green.
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One-Handed Putting
No matter how well you strike the ball from tee to green, your score won't reflect your shot making skills unless you can make putts.  When playing a new course, the greens are unfamiliar.  They may be faster, firmer, flatter, hillier, slower or have more grain.  To get the
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In The Bucket Drill
Are you three putting greens because of poor lag putts?  If so, I have the perfect drill to improve you pace on long putts and get a better understanding of the speed of the greens.  To begin, set up a semi-circle of tees one club length behind a hole.  This forms the "buck
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Putting: Improve Your Distance Control by Looking at the Hole
When you toss a ball how do you know how far to throw it?  Your eyes are telling your body how far because they are looking towards your target as you are throwing. The same holds true in putting for great distance control.
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3 Keys to Un-lock your Putting
Putting accounts for 42% of your total strokes in a round of golf.  The question isare you spending 42% of your practice time on putting and is it efficient?  Here are three keys to allow you to make more putts.
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Practice Range Imagery
Instead of just beating balls on the range, try to play a round of golf on your home course at the range, the evening before the actual round.  Stay at the range and hit your shot imagining the first fairway, approximate your drive and hit an iron to the green.  If you miss, either c
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