A Red Zone Putting Tip for WorldGolf.com readers
Don’t just leave the putter face down there to fend for itself. I want you to put your right hand in charge. Picture your right hand as the equivalent of your putter face. Get used to the notion that, if your right hand is pointed toward your intended target at impact, the ball will go in.
Another option: Left hand low. Some players prefer to make their left hand the lower hand on the putter, putting that hand in charge of the stroke.
Either way, your putting stroke will have more authority, and your putts will fall with greater frequency.
My book “Golf’s Red Zone Challenge” has come out as a second edition with added tips and some updated pictures. The golfer’s who follow the program in the book get 70 percent better on average. Go to amazon.com to order the book or call Emily at the Reynolds Golf Academy 706-467-1660.
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