First of weekly TT tips!

Hey Everybody!

Starting today I will be posting one golf tip once a week and it will be on a different part of your game every time!

Today's tip is on putting:

How to come up with a good routine:

1. Read the put from behind the ball, from the side to determine slope, and from behind to get a good view.

2. Go back to the ball and take 3 practice strokes while looking at the hole. The purpose of looking at the hole is you judge distance with your eyes so your hands will swing the appropriate distance.

3. Address the ball, take a deep breath and swing THROUGH  the ball not at it.

4. Go pick it out of the hole.

This is a practice routine used by some of the best players in the world. TW, Rory McIlroy, and Luke Donald. 

Try this and I guarantee it will help your putting.

Watch the boards for next weeks topic!

Nate S

Great stuff Nate!

Thanks for the tips, I'll have to try this out. 

Thanks for the tip. Appreciate the info. am using some of this already, but the tip really will help finish off the remainder of what I ahve not been doing..thanks again

Did this yesterday and only had 22 puts in 16 holes (had two chips ins off the fringe). Longest putt made was about 35 feet, shortest missed was 8 feet. Left that one 1/4 ball turn short right in the throat of the cup. (10 one putts, 6 two putts and zero three putts)