A Tip from a PGA Coach to Make More Putts like Lydia Ko
Lydia Ko is in contention at the 2020 KPMG Women's PGA Championship in part to her prowess as one of the best putters on the LPGA Tour.
Ko was seventh on tour in 2019 with 29.15 putts per round and is 13th on TOUR this season in Putts Per Greens in Regulation.
PGA Coach Heather Angell has a quick tip for golfers who are looking to make more putts like Ko and lower their scores.
Golf is a game of numbers and distances, so Angell's tip is one that will fit right into your game. Check it out below & be sure to give her a follow on Instagram & Twitter for more great coaching tips.
Heather Angell, PGA
Director of Instruction
Fort Myers, FL
Heather is the Director of Instruction at Heritage Palms Golf and Country Club. She is available for individual and group instruction. A Class A PGA Certified Professional in Teaching/Coaching and Player Development, she has played professionally on the LPGA, Symetra, and Canadian Women's Tours. Accomplishments: 2022 and 2023 PGA National Player Development Award Nominee 2022 South Florida PGA Women's Player of the Year 2021 and 2022 GRAA Top 100 Growth of the Game Teaching Professional 2021 South Florida PGA Southwest Teacher of the Year 2021 South Florida PGA Player Development Award 2020, 2021, and 2022 US Kids Top 50 Instructor Honorable Mention 2020-2021 PGA Lead Cohort V 2019 South Florida PGA Southwest Player Development Award Her tour experience helps her instruction immensely, including course management and the mental aspects of the game. Heather teaches all ages and all skill levels from the beginner to the elite player. Heather's teaching philosophy is to provide every student with the tools to play their best and have more fun. Certifications include: - Aimpoint Certified - Flightscope Certified - Trackman Certified - Swing Catalyst Certified - US Kids Certified - PGA.Coach Certified - Superspeed Certified