|Greetings from Suzanne||Wednesday 12th January 2011|
Make More Of Those Must Make Putts
Every week we see Tour players pretty much play on lightning quick greens every tournament, however, for your average golfer, each course presents a new problem; different paced greens.
Next time you’re out on the course standing over a “Must Make” putt here are some things to remember:
• Use a very light grip. Gripping the club tighter may give you the illusion of better control, but you’re actually losing feel and adding tension.
• Keep things smooth and rhythmical.
• Your follow-through should be a little longer than your backstroke since the Putter head should accelerate through impact.
Putting is not only about technique. Confidence when standing over a putt is equally important. When a golfer loses their confidence in putting, that is when they start getting poor results on the green – because there’s no trust. This is one of the primary reasons why beginners and higher handicappers make less putts – they just don’t trust their stroke. Click here to book a lesson or two and we’ll have that sorted out in no time!
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