Greetings from Suzanne Wednesday, 24 August 2011
Ever wondered how Tour Pros stand over a 10ft putt for $ 1M and make it?
Last last week’s Wyndham Tournament in Greenville saw another first time winner, Webb Simpson. He was able to make some clutch putts on the last few holes to clinch his first time win. Knoxville’s own Scott Stallings, also a couple of weeks ago, was able to sink two very impressive putts on 18 to win.

How did they do it?
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Coach Suzanne

The Putter is probably the most misunderstood club in the bag, yet it is probably the most used and your
scorecard is more dependent on this club than any other. Despite all the options, I still think golfers want to
find a ‘quick fix’ without spending any time matching technology to their stroke.

The quickest way to a better score is to improve your Putting stroke, practice your stroke and to use a Putter that works with your stroke. If you think I can help with any of these, then click here to contact me now.

It doesn’t matter how easy clubs are to hit or how far golf balls fly, we all find trouble from time to time. It’s up to us to minimise those mistakes, and that will determine how – rather than if – we finish the hole. With that in mind it’s fair to say that every golfer should have a handful of “Go to” shots or clubs for those scenarios where trouble is waiting to jump out and ruin our day.

These solutions should, no less than 80% of the time, keep you safely in play; and there’s no more important time to do this than off the tee box.

One bad decision or errant shot here can quickly ruin a scorecard or cost you a tournament; have a look at the video on the left and you’ll see what we mean.

When finding the short grass off the tee is an absolute ‘must’ you should be able to turn to your Fairway Wood. Thanks to deeper faces and advances in internal weighting, these clubs are more forgiving and easier to hit than ever before. They’re also far more potent, with the ‘hotter’ faces being more accessible because the shaft is that much shorter compared to a Driver.
Can you trust your Driver to find the fairway even 3 times out of 5? If not, then leave it out of the bag for a while and give the Fairway Wood the chance it deserves. It may mean a couple more bogeys on the card, but if that also means a few less doubles (or worse) then it has to be worth a try doesn’t it?
Not convinced? Here’s one more reason. Because you’re hitting the middle of the clubface far more often, I would be willing to bet that the average distance you generate from a new Fairway Wood will actually be greater than your Driver.
More distance and more accuracy – sounds like a worthwhile investment to me.

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