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When putting inside of 25 feet we want to be aggressive and focus on getting the ball to the hole. Try a semi-circle drill to help.
Putting outside of 25 feet separates the PGA Tour pros from the average golfer. This drill will help you save a lot of shots on the green.
Putting inside of 10 feet is what really separates the pros from the amateurs. You only need 3 golf balls and 3 tees for this pro drill.
Divots and ball marks can be frustrating to encounter. Helping with course maintenance is an easy way to be a more considerate golfer.
This simple drill can significantly improve your putting inside of 6 feet. All you need are two golf balls and eight tees.
The best way to select your golf club when pitching is to determine where you want the ball to land. For higher loft select a higher number club.
Your swing style will need to be adjusted when comparing inside of 75 yards to inside of 25 yards. This defines a chip shot vs pitch shot.
If you’re looking for a higher or lower ball flight trajectory while taking your approach shots on the golf course, focus on your follow through.
It is important to be mindful of your pace of play on the course. A courteous golfer will avoid slow play so that others won't have to wait.