Be Fearless With the Flat Stick

Williams, Justin
July 2011
NCGA Golf;Summer2011, Vol. 31 Issue 3, p68
The article offers steps on how to help the golfer make more putts often. It mentions that putting accounts 40 percent of the score. It focuses on three parts of putting that helps golfers to build confidence which are the pre-putt routine, tools of the trade, and six feet in. It suggests that players must not use a putter that is too long since a putter that is too long restricts one from maing a fluid stroke to the putter.


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