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Here is a drill used by the world's best putter Jordan Spieth. Use this to improve your putting stroke.


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mebeingU2 says:

Spieth needs a new drill now…confidence matters.

Mark M says:

Very good:-)

Anoopsoni10 says:

Thanks Pete, I have always struggled with my takeaway and the perfect swing path. So I prefer the pop putting method as described by Pete Cowen .( apparently used by Snedeker ).

Anoopsoni10 says:

Your take away is irrelevant providing you strike square

Manuel Valera says:

Many thanks, I have been researching "putting lessons near me" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Graysonyon Putter Prolific – (just google it ) ? Ive heard some awesome things about it and my friend got amazing success with it.

Georgios Antonopoulos says:

Just wonderful, I've been looking for "putt putt" for a while now, and I think this has helped. You ever tried – Graysonyon Putter Prolific – (do a google search ) ? Ive heard some great things about it and my work buddy got cool results with it.

Thomas Suchomski says:

this vid is the only one i understand

ExoTic says:

Thank you for not only clarifying what spieth is doing but telling us what to look for and how to do it.

Mitchell Jah says:

would adding another alignment stick to the other side of the ball help with see these errors or is it easier to see with 1 alignment stick? I do a similar drill using 2 sticks but its mainly to see if my putts are going in a straight line. Wondering if I can catch the same errors using 2 sticks in the same scenario? Thanks.

Bill Mitchell says:

one thing that nobody ever talks about is us senior & club golfers play on greens nothing like the tour. They are generally slow to very slow. Maybe 8 on the meter. The course believes this saves the greens? So that adds up to hitting the ball harder while trying to keep a soft grip. It's a challenge.

Billy Fyfe says:

Check out this video for another putting tip

Alex Meech says:

Great, simple video, very effective. Would you be able to tell me what shoes you are wearing in this video, thanks.

Tom Kirk says:

I remember playing that course in gale force winds. It was a 36 hole Northern order of merit tournament. Winds were almost moving the ball on the green. Great course if it is not windy. Just down the road from Blackpool tower – so a great view too.

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