The quickest and easiest way to reduce your score has always been to reduce the number of 3 putts you have in any round of golf. This requires the least amount of practice and will give you the biggest return on the time you invest. Yet so few players want to work on this part of their game.

I have heard from players that working on their putting can be boring. But that does not have to be the case. There are plenty of games and drills you can do to keep things interesting and help you get better at the same time.

In this video I share with you a distance control putting drill that I have used with new golfers to College players and all have found it extremely helpful in improving their distance control. Thus they reduce the number of 3 putts they make and at the same time reduce their overall score.

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Now that you can get the ball closer to the hole from distance, you may need to some help making those short putts. This video will help you to do just that –

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I hope you enjoyed this post. As always comments are welcome and appreciated

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