The majority of golfers spend the bulk of their time and efforts focused on hitting the ball longer. While I am a great believer that distance dictates potential, it doesn’t matter how far you hit the ball if you can’t get it in the hole. You simply must be able to hole your short putts.

There is no reason for anyone not to be a great at making short putts. It requires very little strength or speed, and players of all ages can be very successful at this skill. It just requires you having the right technical information, the knowledge of how to practice and a little effort on your part.

In this video I show you a drill that will help you become a great putter from short range. It is a drill that is fun, will keep you focused and improve your confidence to a point that you may never miss any short putts ever again.

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One of the easiest ways to make even more short putts is to make sure your second putt is as short as possible by hitting your first putt close to the hole. This video will help you to do just that –

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