Hi                                                                                          Newsletter: 0013

PLAYING TO YOUR POTENTIAL:

Regardless of whether you are competing, or just playing golf for fun, you’ve come to the right place to learn this great game!

TODAY YOU WILL BE LEARNING THE FOLLOWING:

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DISTANCE OR DIRECTION:

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When Putting, do You Prefer Always Having the Correct Distance or Direction ?

 

Here are two scenerios.

Which is more important, direction or distance? Both are important but one more then the other.

If you could be perfect with either one, which would you choose?


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Scenerios 1:

Here the distance was perfect with the ball finishing two inches past the hole.

The next stroke would be a short tap-in for two putts.

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Scenerios 2:

The direction was perfect but the ball finished 4 feet past the hole leaving a 4 foot downhill putt for the next shot.

Definitely more difficult than the 2 inch putt.

Once you have determined the direction you want with your set-up, your only thought should be how hard to hit the ball when putting. (Distance)

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DISTANCE DRILL:

Here is a great Drill: If you want to improve your distance control, practice the following drill. Distance drill when putting:

 Place 5 to 10 balls in a straight line one behind the other. Start by hitting the closest one to the hole and focus on getting the ball at least  4 to 6 inches past the hole.

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Try making all the balls end up in the hole or past the hole.

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DIRECTION DRILL:

Try hitting one ball with another ball at least 3 feet away.

If you can hit a ball with another ball, you should have less difficulty hitting a hole of 41/2 inches in diameter.

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DIRECTION DRILL:

Line up the putter and try hitting one ball with another. See how many consecutive hits you can make.

If you miss, you must start over. It’s a great way to improve your accuracy.

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DIRECTION DRILL:

Distance is the key!If you make no more than two putts every green, you’re putting fairly well. Hopefully, during your round, you will make a few long putts and will improve on your two putts per green average.

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