Wednesday, August 4, 2010

Golf Shooting in the 70's, golf tips II - putting

The US Open 2010 is almost finished and the big names Tiger
Woods
, Phil Mickelson, Ernie Els, and Tom Watson are not
going to be crowned the victor. Three hours earlier I was
watching Tiger Woods on the putting green practicing a one
arm drill, and he looked good. His first tee shot was a
smash, but then it came time to putt and right there I knew
it would be a long day for Tiger. In fact all the big names
are a having a sad day putting.

As always right before every golf round you should stretch
and do some exercise to limber up. Then you should find
ways to clear your mind and relax. Warm up smart and be
safe. You might want to do some knee to elbow raises which
will loosen up your lower back. Then as always go ahead and
make small circles with your wrists while your arms are
out to your sides. Noiw that you are warmed up, lets
putt.Are you aware that the fastest way to lower your score
is by putting better, no more three putts. The putting golf
drills that are below; if followed will teach you to almost
never three putt again.

On the practice putting green find an area where the lawn
and the fringe meet. Making sure the fringe is straight go
ahead and drop some golf balls on the putting green.
Keeping the tip of the clubhead moving parallel with the
fringe (use the fringe as a guide) hit the golf balls to
see if you're accurate. Your head must remain still and
your shoulders and the putter should move as one. The
putter face has to remain to the golf ball during the back
swing so the golf ball will go where you want it to.

Stay focused and develop a mental golf game at the practice
putting green before you play your golf round. As I had
suggested in the previous golf shooting in the 70's
articles get three or four dimes, and put them out right
there on the putting green. Next hit some golf balls to the
dimes getting as close as you can. This will help you to
start correctly lagging your long putts and draining the
short ones. Golf pros read the whole layout of the greens
and golf amateurs read the putts, so practice up and let it
roll!
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