putting Category

Using Strokes Gained Putting To Improve Your Putting with Alex van der Linden


                    I wanted to post this video for a couple of reasons. 1) I think it is very good information that can help you look at your putting and stats a different way and 2) I wanted to share with my viewers, tweeps and friends a […]

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The #1 Myth In Putting and How To Change It


In my last article I discussed what I feel is the most important factor in distance control (feel and touch) in the putting stroke. Aside from knowing how to read greens (www.aimpointgolf.com) controlling the distance your ball rolls is critical. How do myths and misconceptions is golf get started? Someone has an idea, tries it, […]

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Putting – “The Art and The Science”


Is Putting an “Art or is it Science?” I think it is a little of both.  I have always considered myself a pretty decent putting coach as I have spent time with some of the best trying to learn how I can help my students more with such a huge part of the game. As a teacher […]

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The Ultimate Putting Experience Recap


After finishing our first annual Putting School, I thought I would just give a recap and the feedback that we got from our participants. First of all I want to thank my coaching partner, Nancy Harvey for being such an outstanding counterpart. Nancy is such a great coach and I have so much fun doing […]

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My Day With a Short Game Master


Every year as I compose my goals for my life and career,  I also update a list that I started about 15 years ago called my life list. A bucket list of sorts that included things that I wanted to do in my career. Several of them involve working with other top coaches. If you want to […]

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GURU TV – PUTTING BASICS: The key to winning “The Masters”


Great putting wins major championships. It couldn’t be more important to the players trying to win at Augusta National this week. Very tricky undulating greens require expert speed control and green reading to boot. Here are some keys to being a great putter and a video that explains the basics of the setup and stroke. […]

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Guru TV – A Putting Lesson w/Federico Celano (mini tour player)


This is an example of a portion of a typical putting lesson. I would watch the student hit some putts on the putting green and then bring them in and put them on video. Then I would finish up on the putting green again for drills and green reading. Follow me on twitter @twitter.com/onplanegolf See […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Aim At the Apex of the Break


Stroke mechanics are only half of the battle to putting better. It doesn’t do any good to make a perfect stroke unless you read it correctly. Studies show that most amateurs under read putts which means they miss them on the low side. This is something that I have been preaching to my students forever using […]

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20 Days With the Guru, Day 17: Putting Lesson With “The Kure”


follow me on twitter @twitter.com/onplanegolf If you find this post helpful, please share with your friends by hitting one of the social site buttons below. Leave a comment as well. Merry Christmas, Jason

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20 Days With the Guru, Day 4: A Forward Leaning Shaft (Even For Putting)


Do your putts ever bounce or get airborne? How do those putts turn out? Not so good, huh. When I teach putting, I stress the importance of solid contact in order to control distance. Solid contact is second only to club face control in the order of importance in a good putting stroke. The question […]

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