Red Zone Tip for Short Putting - Get On Track
Do you find yourself nervous on the short putts? When we get nervous, it creates a tentative, shaky stroke. Here’s a drill that can help. And it proves that you don’t have to be perfect, which is good news for all of us.
Take two clubs and create a track between your ball and the hole. To hole these short putts, just try to keep the ball between the tracks, because this is a much easier task than trying to putt to a precise spot.
Trying to be too precise or perfect leads to tentative strokes. This drill can be invaluable. Once you realize you have more room for error, you can putt freely.
“Golf’s Red Zone Challenge” is being released as a 2nd edition this week. You can find it at www.amazon.com or Barnes and Noble. This is the book on short game about results. Golfers who follow the Red Zone plan get 70 percent better on average.
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