• 2:50

    In this free video lesson Ali Jean Wells demonstrates one of the best putting drills for young golfers looking to improve their distance control. This drill is a fun and easy way to train juniors to hone their distance, and can be modified based on skill level. All you need to complete this drill is

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  • 4:49

    When you’re on the green, as you get farther from the hole your chances of sinking the putt decrease exponentially. You’re not expected to make a 20-ft putt, neither are the pros. You just hope to get close enough to save your par and move on. But short putts, say within 6 feet, you should

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  • 3:03

    Putting practice can become a tedious affair when approached with the same old methods. Especially with short putts, it’s easy to burn out on the practice green if you don’t find ways to keep training challenging and fun. So in this quick lesson, we demonstrate a simple drill you can add to your practice routine

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  • Setup and Grip for Success
    7:58

    The way you hold your putter and set your body is vital for a solid putting foundation. If you’re not gripping the club correctly, you’re setting yourself up for a long day on the greens. Michael Breed and Krista Dunton discuss some of the setup essentials that the professionals have perfected to make their jobs

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  • Proper Aim and Alignment
    2:58

    Krista Dunton introduces the basics for getting the face of your putter aimed and aligned where you want. To practice for longer putts that move left to right or up or down hill, you should begin with somewhat straight, 6-8 ft. putts and work on getting all of your starting angles correct, and then adapt

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  • 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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