Putt for Score

In terms of scoring, putting is the most important part of the game.  To be a good putter takes a good technique, concentration and lots of practice.  Many players lack confidence in putting.  In some cases they actually fear this part of the game taking away all the enjoyment.  Positive thinking certainly helps your confidence

Make a Statement

by Dave Dolengowski, PGA Senior Instructor, Marriott Golf Academy On your next visit to the practice putting green try this “Make your Statement” putting drill, it will help you judge slope better, read greens better, and develop a repeating stroke along a straight line. Select a putt of approximately 20 to 30 feet. Select a

Building Positive Momentum on the Putting Green

by Dr. Bob Winters Nike Golf Camp Director at Williams College – Williamstown, MA © Copyright 2009 http://www.ussportscamps.com/ http://www.drbobwinters.com/ Momentum on the Putting Green Momentum plays a huge factor in determining how well or how poorly you will score in an athletic contest.  For example, in team sports such as basketball and football, whenever teams

Train Your Eyes, Train Your Stroke

When it comes to being an efficient player on the putting green, there are two important elements you must develop, the line and the pace.  Judging these two factors comes from experience and feel that can be developed on the practice green.   First, let’s talk about line.  Every putt should be treated as a

The Secret to Great Putting

by Julie Cole, Director of Instruction, Dana Rader Golf School There are so many elements to great putting: visual skills, green reading, pace, the list can go on. However, one of the greatest mechanical “secrets” is in the relationship between the right arm and the putter shaft. For the putter to swing on the correct

Putt for Score

  In terms of scoring, putting is the most important part of the game. To be a good putter takes a good technique, concentration and lots of practice. Many players lack confidence in putting. In some cases they actually fear this part of the game taking away all the enjoyment. Positive thinking certainly helps your

Holing Out

by AJ Gaul, Certified Instructor, Marriott Golf Academy, Palm Desert, California   When attempting to hole putts of a shorter length, two elements are extremely crucial.  The first is the ability to properly align the putter head and body with the intended target line.  The second is making a stroke that follows a proper path