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Putting Instruction: Can You Answer These Questions on Your Putting?

Putting instruction primarily helps you hit a straight putt and send it the correct distance. If you can already do this, your concerns should be with aiming your putterface and reading the breaks.

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Short Game: The Scoring Zone where Poor Skills can Wreck Your Card

To have a good short game, you must be able to certain things well. You must be able to pitch the ball, chip it, get out of bunkers, hit high lob shots, and of course putt successfully.

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Putting Basics: Putt Any Way You Want, Just Be Consistent

Putting is the most individualistic of all golf shots, but in the end it comes down to applying certain key putting basics if you are after consistent results.

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Putting Smart: No Right or Wrong Way to Putt, only Smart and Dumb Ways

Putting Smart is all about putting in such a way that everything in your setup and stroke helps rather than hinders your ability to make a good putt. Why make putting more difficult than it is?

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Reverse-Overlap: Under Threat as the Recommended Putting Grip

The reverse-overlap putting grip has acted as the recommended putting grip for a long time. Today it is under threat as the best way to hold the putter has become anyone's guess.

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Mental Image: What Do You See When You Study Your Putt?

A positive Mental Image is a clear picture in your mind's eye of a successful outcome. For example, on the green you can see your ball tracking to the hole, and then hear it falling in.

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