It was a hot one today, but I still had to get the putter rolling.
I saw a drill on the @golfchannel that basically said if a putt rolls 15 inches past the hole it was a perfect speed. Dropped a tee gate and went to work!
Plenty of tournament golf coming up in July, updates to come!
Prize winners from our Captains Prize last weekend
My speed is coming back. Here’s my improvement since the last time I posted about it. These are the two of my favorite drills. I don’t see many people doing them so don’t share them 😜
In the first one I have choked down and I am focusing on rotating back as far as I can and then turning fast through to finish. The second one I do cross handed. Both of these drills are designed to help me focus on creating speed rotationally not with my hands and arms.
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Such good advice! I occasionally have to remind myself not to give out tips unless someone asks for them...
Here’s some quick advice on receiving advice:
⛳️ Is it coming from a pro or at least a scratch golfer? It’s often terrible players that give out the most tips! Make sure you get your tips from someone qualified.
⛳️ Is the advice overly complicated? If it mentions all sorts of angles and obscure buzzwords, just ignore it. Quality golf advice is simple and straightforward.
Leave a comment below with the worst golf tip you’ve ever heard!
Film your golf swing
Practice the path to the ball
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