Here’s my mental strategy for short putts: Short Putt Mental Strategy from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Short Putt Mental Strategy
This pullback putting drill is my favorite practice game; It helps me putt better under pressure: Pullback Putting Drill from Grant Brown Golf on Vimeo.Continue Reading... Comments Off on Pullback Putting Drill
When I am preparing to putt, I choose my speed first, and pick the line second. In the picture below, you can see what an impact different speeds have on each of the three putts. All three putts started on the same line. However, the softest putt (red line) broke too soon, and the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Putting with Correct Speed
Have you lost confidence on the greens lately? Holding your finish position at the end of the stroke for three seconds could turn your putting around. When I find myself missing putts, I make sure to regain my focus on finishing the stroke instead of the result of the stroke. I focus on the finish […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Holding your Finish
To put a perfect roll on your putts, you must have correct shaft angle and ball position at address. Here’s what I look for when I check these two fundamentals: 1. Ball Placement: I put the golf ball one ball forward of center at address. This is the perfect position because I strike the ball […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Put a Perfect Roll on your Putts
Do you miss a lot of putts on the low side of the hole? If you do miss frequently on the low side, you are not alone. The majority of golfers miss their breaking putts on the low side. In fact, studies have shown that most golfers miss about 85% of their putts on […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Make More Breaking Putts
Little known (or thought about) fact: Reading how your putt will break and aiming your putter face correctly is just as important as making a good stroke. 1.) Find the lowest point of the green: This is the key to correctly reading a putt. Usually there are 3 or 4 quadrants on an individual green. […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.
If you’ve been a golfer for very long, I’m sure you have learned that “how” you practice is just as important as “what” you practice. Learning the right fundamentals is important, but you also need to have structure when you go to practice. Here are a couple drills that work for me and help to […]Continue Reading... 2 Comments.