Perfect Your Putting in Just 3 Strokes with a Drill from PGA Coach Joe Hallett
Your hands must be working together as a team for you to be the best putter you can be.
PGA Coach Joe Hallett put his expertise on display on PGA Coaching Live at the PGA Championship earlier this year. Hallett has one simple, yet effective, drill that will have your hands in sync in just three-putts.
It's important to determine if one of your hands is dominating the stroke. You can find out by trying to clump three-putts together with the following grips:
- Left hand only
- Right hand only
- Both hands
If you do the drill properly, your three putts should be clumped together. If one of your putts is offline, you've determined your dominant hand and can begin to fix the problem.
Check out the full video above & be sure to connect with a PGA Coach like Hallett in your area to take your game to the next level.
Joe Hallett, PGA
GOLF Top 100
Franklin , TN
• 2018 National PGA Professional Development Award Winner- PGA of America • 2019 Tennessee Teacher of the Year • 2017,2018,2019 GOLF DIGEST #1 In State • Director of Instruction at the Vanderbilt Legends Club in Franklin, Tennessee • Former GM/Director and Lead Instructor at the PGA Center for Learning & Performance • PGA Education Faculty Lead Instructor, PGA Director and Chairman of the 2011 Teaching Coaching Summit. • GOLF Magazine Top 100 Instructors. • Golf Digest Top 50 • Golf Range Magazine Top 50 • Commentary, Instruction and Appearances across television and radio, appearing on NBC, CBS, TBS, GOLF Channel and Sirius/XM Radio, while his insight has been published in the USA Today, Wall Street Journal and NY Times. • Current Coach to LPGA Players Stacy Lewis, Lexi Thompson, Austin Earnest, Jean Reynolds • (Prior) Coach of LPGA touring professionals including Hall of Famer Juli Inkster, Lizette Salas, Brittany Lincicome, Karine Icher, Alena Sharpe, Jacqui Concolino, Ryann O’Toole, Marina Alex, Angela Stanford, Brooke Pancake, and 2008 US Women’s Open Champion Inbee Park, Mina Harigae, Paul Reto, and Cheyenne Woods. o One of his premier students is Stacy Lewis a top player and contender on the LPGA o Stacy Lewis, winner of 2 LPGA majors, has the following notable accomplishments • 2 Time Rolex World Ranking #1 Player in the world • 2012 LPGA Rolex player of the Year (First American to win that title in 18 years) • 2013 LPGA Vare Trophy (Low Scoring Average-first American in 19 years) • 2014 LPGA Rolex Player of the Year, Vare Trophy, Money Winner (1st American in 21 yrs) • 2012-2014 –won the Kia Top Ten Finish Percentage Award