Hello everyone… This post is for you if you don’t know if your setup is good, bad, or somewhere in between.
It happens every time you address the ball: You’re not sure how far apart your feet should be, where to position your hands, or where to play the ball in your stance. As a result, your swing and your shots are inconsistent to the point where you have no idea where the ball is going from one round to the next.
Here is the conclusion of my two-part putting series, which will leave you dropping bombs and scrambling your way to improved scores. In part one we went over barriers to putting and rolling the ball “well.” In this blog we will cover rolling the ball on-line, which includes the putting essentials and touches on green reading.
I’m sure most people, certainly my fellow Canadian golfers, are getting very excited to hit the links after the Masters. It is not uncommon to struggle every once in a while with driving the golf ball or to have ball striking issues. However, we can minimize the negative consequences of our poor shots with a great short game. One of the keys to a great short game is being a great putter.