• Uphill, Downhill and Side Hill Putts
    7:10

    Michael Breed discusses the proper way to approach putts that amateur golfers tend to panic over: downhill, uphill and side hill putts. One of the common mistakes that golfers will make on uneven level putts is trying to hit the golf ball with a different part of the putter head to take speed off of

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  • Controlling the Yips
    5:47

    The yips plague every golfer at some point, and it can be very frustrating, but there are ways to counteract the unwelcome pushing or pulling that you’re encountering when you putt the golf ball. Michael Breed believes that a simple change in grip – whether you experiment with a “claw” grip or alter the placement

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  • Putting Distance Control
    7:34

    Michael Breed and Krista Dunton give you some ideas that you can use to practice controlling the distance of your putts. Michael recommends placing a club shaft just past the hole, and using it as a reference point for your putts. Try getting your lag putts as close as you can to the shaft until

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  • Mental Side of Putting
    5:04

    Krista Dunton stresses the importance of treating every putt equally and maintaining a strong mental state. Rather than assuming that you won’t make a twenty foot breaking putt and telling yourself that you have to make a six foot putt, give yourself a chance for every shot. You can do this by preparing and rehearsing

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  • Putting Drills and Games
    7:33

    The practice putting green is the perfect place to work out kinks in your game, improve your technique and develop your most consistent stroke. However, because no one is watching and you’re not keeping score while you practice, there is no pressure. The relaxed environment of training doesn’t carry over to the course, where at

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  • Advanced Putting
    11:10

    In this segment PGA teaching pro Christopher Smith talks about some things you can do to make some more putts. As Christopher mentions the two most important things to focus on are green reading and getting your ball started on line. Christopher demonstrated the use of a tool called the “putting tutor” to help you determine which of those two areas you might be lacking in. Next Dr. Jim Suttie and Kevin Weeks provide tips for becoming more consistent with your short putts.

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  • Good Putting Practice
    4:41

    In this video you’ll learn about good putting practice. PGA Professional Adam Smith explains the basic elements of a good putting stroke and grip and shows you several drills to help improve your putting stroke. You’ll learn about the reverse overlap grip and the ideal ball position for putting. At the end of the video, you’ll learn a great putting drill from PGA Professional Tom Henderson to help make sure you don’t miss any 2 foot putts on the course.

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  • Reading Greens
    4:17

    If you’ve ever wondered why the hottest players on tour seem to bury more long-distance putts and leave themselves fewer three-putts, the next time you watch a major tournament pay attention to their routines on the green. You’ll notice at least one thing is constant–when preparing for a sloping putt, the best putters take their

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  • Perfecting Putting Distance
    4:11

    Perfecting putting distance will eliminate costly 3-putts and knock strokes off of your score. Although it is important to pay attention to the break of the putt, PGA professional Rodney Green shows you why it’s even more important to pay attention pay attention to the pace. Watch this video and get some great tips to help perfect putting distance.

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