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Relaxing at just the right time is a vital part of excellent putting

Hi, Being relaxed when putting is a crucial part of putting well on long, medium, and short putts. I putted very well in my last few rounds – including on the weekend in a match-play competition (and so did my opponent). My opponent and I  made 8 birdies between us – and many long par […]

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The Crucial Key Part 1. “Your Putting Intention”

Hi There, Today I kick off a series of posts on a crucial key in golf that when implemented into one part of your game, can have a sizable effect. When implemented into all parts of your game, shot after shot (driving, fairway shots, short-game and putting), you shoot career low scores and your entire […]

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Knock Short-Putts in With Confidence

This article covers how to to knock those short-putts in with confidence. It’s a response to a Truth About Putting Tribe member and her struggle with making short-putts when the pressure is on. You’ll find some golden nuggets within that will help you to make more putts in you very next game. Here we go… […]

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The Truth About Putting Strokes

In a recent article/email I wrote to my subscribers, I detailed how Truth About Putting devotee, “super senior” and good putter, Joan, putts well even though she sets up right and pulls the ball online. I gave Joan an in-person lesson a couple of months after she discovered the Truth About Putting. I detailed in […]

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Focus on the right things to putt well – really well!

“Stop thinking that some new grip, a new putter or a focus on a perfect stroke will make you a better putter” How is a new grip, new putter or a focus on “your stroke” going to help you putt from 30 feet, down a fast, slopped-green to the hole? How is a new grip, […]

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