What’s everyone doing with their fingers on the greens these days? It’s a new green reading system called AimPoint Express which is helping players like Adam Scott, Stacy Lewis, Lydia Ko and many others to improve their ability to read greens.
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When watching top players, we marvel at the way they go about hitting a driver, or the accuracy of their iron play, but more often than not, what separates these players from the mid field players is how they waste no shots playing the simple shots.
Something that is not often thought about in putting is how your ball is rolling. If your ball is bouncing down the green, it will effect both distance and direction. A good roll is an essential fundamental of putting and it is not that difficult-
Here’s one of the most common faults I see in putting. Players of all levels think that they must TILT their shoulders rather than TURN their shoulders. Even if you think this is not your fault, try these exercises.
Simple drill that will help you with your putting confidence and technique. Video summary link in the article.
The importance of a proper golf grip is one of the most written about topics in golf instruction. Yet some golfers have a grip that is costing them power, accuracy and consistency. Remember, your grip is your only link to the golf club…
If you have been working on your putting stroke and not been holing more putts (or even getting worse), listen up. While modern statistics have shown that putting may not be as relevant for low scoring as we once thoughtit is still an important area.
Who would not like to finish with a single putt. Increase accuracy of your putts by learning how to hit the sweet spot - the center of the club face.
Rescue or Utility club is probably the most misunderstood club you can own. Give it a chance and discover it might be the most useful club in your bag.
One of the common mistakes in putting is moving your head during the stroke, particularly in the downswing with many players moving their head back to the right as they make contact with the ball. Robert Symes explains simple tip how to fix it.