Tuesday, September 27, 2011
Beginners, here is a drill to try: place six tee's around a hold golf hole, 1 foot away. Putt your golf ball from each the six tee's but don't move on to the next tee until you have made it. Your goal is to make all 6 putts. Once you have completed all 6 putts, pull the tee's out and move them out another foot. Move the tee's out 1 foot each time until you have reached 7 feet.
This is a good drill that helps you to putt from all angles. It also teaches you how to play uphill and downhill and every break. Also you will be teaching yourself repetition and confidence. Use the same setup every time, don't rush the stroke, and listen for the ball to hit the bottom of the cup. Make this drill apart of your everyday practice routine and you will become a short putt wizard and your golf scores will go down as well.