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    Think you’ve got to “give it a run” on must-make putts? Think again

    With the Ryder Cup this week, I thought I’d share with you one of my pet peeves when it comes to making putts and rolling the ball the right speed. It drives me crazy when I hear...

    • Posted 28 days ago
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    Are you wasting your time on the putting green?

    As a teacher, I’m always investigating ways to help my players become more proficient both on the golf course and within their practice time. That’s why I am so excited to have come across one of the best...

    • Posted 107 days ago
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    Custom Fitting: The most overlooked club in your bag

    Golfers have learned that custom fit clubs are necessary to lower their scores, but they often neglect a crucial scoring club in the fitting process: the putter. Last year, I was able to perform close to 50...

    • Posted 117 days ago
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    Beat the yips with these simple tips

    The yips is a disease that affects the cognitive process of the brain and disrupts fine motor movement of the body. Golfers are predominantly affected by the disease on short putts, but can also be affected on...

    • Posted 127 days ago
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    Drills to hit the best putts you possibly can

    I had just hit a 6 iron pin high, about 15-feet right on No. 17. I was about to play my second-to-last hole in the 108-hole European Tour Qualifying Tournament, and was either right on the cut...

    • Posted 141 days ago
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    Rethink how you practice your putting

    If you want to make more putts, you should begin by concentrating more on the putter face instead of the path that it travels on. I see many golfers who work on their putting strokes by trying...

    • Posted 146 days ago
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    Seven tips to help shave 10 shots off your game

    For golfers, the change from being a 95-shooter to scoring in the low- to mid-80s is huge. It changes the way they feel about the game and opens their eyes to their true potential. I remember when...

    • Posted 147 days ago
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  • The King of All Golf Stats? First Putt Distance

    If you were going to track one stat and one stat only on each round you played to help lower your scores, which stat would it be? GIR? Fairways Hit? Putts Per Round? If you are a...

    • Posted 184 days ago
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  • How much do mishits matter in putting?

    Whenever you impact a putt, the ball is programmed with all its directional data. It is at that point that a golfer’s consistency is either compromised or enhanced by the actions of impact alignments. Impact alignments will...

    • Posted 205 days ago
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    What happens to loft when shortening or lengthening a putter shaft?

    During a round of golf, the percentage of all putts made is 43. I have mentioned in my earlier articles that the putting technique should be efficient and adjusted to your mobility limitation. With increased efficiency, the...

    • Posted 210 days ago
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    Palozola: The 5 Principles of Putting

    So, your putting is pretty good. What? Really? Is that what you actually tell people? Well, that means that you must be averaging in the high 20′s for putts per round, because that’s what the leaders on...

    • Posted 216 days ago
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    Charting the putting stroke differences in different handicap golfers

    One of the most troubling parts of putting for many golfers has been the relationship between line and speed. Most golfers know that the proper line is determined by the speed at which a putt is hit,...

    • Posted 219 days ago
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    Which putting grip improves the average golfer’s alignments?

    I’ve found that the most damaging flaw within a golfer’s putting is the breakdown of the lead wrist through impact. This flaw causes many more problems than anything else for the average golfer’s putting such as adding...

    • Posted 233 days ago
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  • Stickney putting teaching feel
    Teaching feel in putting

    One of the most enigmatic portions of putting has been the relationship between line and speed. Golfers know that their lines are determined by the speed in which they hit a putt, but how do they know...

    • Posted 240 days ago
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  • The Pill Review
    Review: The Pill

    Pros: The Pill is idiot-proof; you set it on its edge to practice your putting or on its side for chipping and bunker shots. If your stroke is off, The Pill won’t lie. It’s affordable, portable and easy...

    • Posted 257 days ago
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  • Orange Whip Putting Wand Review
    Review: The Orange Whip Putting Wand

    Pros: Intuitive and familiar device. Its overall weight and flexible shaft force users to pay attention to the length and pace of their strokes, as well as where they contact the ball on the face. Works for...

    • Posted 258 days ago
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    The Ultimate Putting Program (Part 5): The Pre-Shot Routine

    The essence of putting is the ability to roll your ball on your intended line as far as the hole, which we have discussed in previous articles. There is one last variable to putting that I believe...

    • Posted 290 days ago
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    Four New Year’s Resolutions for golfers in 2014

    Some people don’t believe in New Year’s resolutions, but golfers are hopeful types and we love setting new goals every winter. So, in that spirit I bring you some suggested golf resolutions for 2014. You may not...

    • Posted 294 days ago
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    The Ultimate Putting Program (Part 4): Green Reading

    If you know one thing about green reading, it should be this: The golf ball abides by the laws of gravity and when in motion it will roll towards the low point of any slope. A lot...

    • Posted 297 days ago
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    The Ultimate Putting Program (Part 3): Pick a putter that matches your path

    We have discussed how the design of a putter affects a golfer’s ability to control aim and speed. Now it is time to look at how it affects the path of the stroke. I believe the optimal...

    • Posted 303 days ago
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  • Does your height affect putting?
    Are shorter golfers better putters?

    It is generally accepted that taller golfers have an advantage when it comes to driving distance on the PGA Tour. All else being equal, the thought is that taller golfers will have the edge in comparison to...

    • Posted 308 days ago
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    Does flexibility lead to a better short game?

    I have seen many beginning, average and professional golfers use a technique that can cause mishits when they are chipping or putting. The professionals usually spend a lot of time training their short game because they know...

    • Posted 309 days ago
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    Wrist action: The No. 1 killer of good putting

    The lack of control of the lead and rear wrist actions during the putting stroke causes more problems for golfers on the putting green than anything else. In my putting academy, I use several high-tech systems in...

    • Posted 310 days ago
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    The Ultimate Putting Program (Part 2): Putter weight affects speed

    Putting well has a lot to do with having the ability to control speed, so the first thing that I want to identify is the optimal speed for golfers to maximize the 4.25-inch width of the hole....

    • Posted 311 days ago
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    The causes of head movement during the putting stroke, and how to fix it

    As we all know, putting requires a solid stroke, a stable body and very controlled motor motions in order to be consistent from day to day. It is with this thought in mind that most players focus...

    • Posted 318 days ago
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    The Ultimate Putting Program (Part 1): The design of your putter influences aim

    Imagine holing a putt in a golf outing, and hearing one of your teammates say, “That’s exactly where you were aiming.” I bet you’ve never heard that before, especially after making a putt. Through my experience fitting...

    • Posted 318 days ago
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  • Stetina: The Ultimate Putting Program

    Putting is probably the easiest part of the game, and yet so many people struggle immensely with it. You don’t have to be strong, or in any way physically gifted to be a good putter. You simply...

    • Posted 325 days ago
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    The ‘arc’ vs. ‘square-to-square’ putting method: Either or neither?

    There’s hundreds of different golfers try to putt, but putting really just boils down to two schools of thought. There are those who try to move the putter head “straight back and straight through” along the target...

    • Posted 359 days ago
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    Putting: The Recoil, “the IF” and the finish

    “How did I make a 12 on a par five hole?” Arnold Palmer said. “It’s simple. I missed a four-foot putt for an 11.” There is an epidemic in the amateur golf world in regard to putting...

    • Posted 366 days ago
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