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Comments

D S says:

Great tips Rick,as usual

Kyle Mann says:

What putter is that??

Alex Leutz says:

Bombtech wedges review

Jonathan DeBoer says:

Does anyone have tips to help stop a left miss when putting.

Andy66 L says:

Good 1st drill but putter gate looked pretty big compared to putter head length

No one special says:

If I'm being honest, the word "but" only has one syllable, not three.

Henry Schumann says:

Perform the 7 zone drill in the opposite direction. Start with longest zone and work toward closest. At a minimum, you shouldn’t need to go collect the ball every time.

The other way to practice pace is to putt to the fringe and work your way to the right by 1-2 feet which will increase the distance. Again this will prevent the prior putt from getting in your way.

JOSEPH TRIPOLI says:

Love you, Rick, but this one was weak…

Hicksy says:

Going to try these! I like the idea of the last one being able to two putt. So if you get it in first try it’s a -1 score, if it’s close enough to the hole to tap it in that’s even and if it rolls way past that’s +1.

James Anderson says:

Hey Rick, love all the tips and tricks. I use them all the time. I just noticed that you do your practice putts with feet together and then spread them for the real putt. I do this as well and have similar outcomes. It was pointed out to me by a friend I play with regularly about a week ago. Thoughts? Should I practice like the final putt? TIA

stratovani says:

What I used to do is take three balls, toss them up in the air randomly, then putt each ball where it lays, making your read and going through your routine. This teaches you to putt in a game situation, where you don't know what kind of putt you'll have until you get to your ball. You might have an uphill, downhill, left or right breaking putt, and you'll get good practice on whatever kind of putt you have.

The Artfull Golfer says:

This is my favorite putting tip and one I still use today exclusively. Only putt from more than 10 feet and less than 3 feet. It has improved my confidence immeasurable.

Tyler Daily says:

The background sounds like a Nextel push to talk phone. Flash backs of 2005

Robert Vigada says:

Did you get a new putter?

Charlie Hills says:

wth landed on the ground at 1:37

FJDII says:

Excellent drills!!!

Johan Sporrner says:

Super useful, thanks

Gurinder Singh says:

This practice session/technique would certainly help me….

Seth Bryant says:

Love all the videos. You'd be suprised how much you have improved my golf. I watch when I'm ramping up for the Saturday game with the boys. Definately harping me out. Thank you!

mikelob6707 says:

Is that a scotty cameron detour you're using? Great vid nonetheless

Joseph Yuncker says:

I think if you put a tee to aim at in the pace drill I definitely think that will help make it a little easier and give you a target to aim at.

Jack Kagan says:

These are good tips, but I don’t know where you practice, where I go there are too many others golfers for me to be able to do all 3 of the things you showed.

Burnbrae says:

Very simple but very effective tips. Especially for novices like myself who lose most of their shots on the green. Thanks Rick.

Pat W says:

I paid a club fitter to tell me I have a left bias. this is a much better way to go about it. great video. wish I had seen this about 6 weeks ago.

David Zitterbart says:

I think that putter isn’t suited. You did much better with the evnroll

Reece Alleston says:

Great video Rick.. But… tbh I haven’t seen you struggle with putting since swapping out the Evnroll, maybe the Odyssey is not the one.. keep up the good work though

Hamish Mounsey says:

How can I take account the slope of the greens and practice this on a practice putting green? Is it mainly just practicing trial and error with putting with slopes as opposed to iron swing etc

Mine Throne says:

I am going to do this today, yesterday and today I had golf tryouts and in 36 holes I had 84 putts and 175 shots, I need to shoot around an 84 tomorrow to make varsity, def gonna do this

Ste Smith says:

Hi Rick great video , which golf course are you on looks lovely cheers ?

Andrew Shell says:

I noticed you didn’t use your different grip on your first 4 zones. I get they’re not close range pits but I think the delicateness is needed for the pace drill. Love these though Rick! Great video

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