Timbered Putter Golf

Consider Yourself Lucky

Posted by Jay McGrath

If you were to watch the Masters, you would have seen some of the toughest putting green conditions any course in golf can offer.  The greens changed in pace just about everyday with moisture and pollen levels rising and diminishing throughout the course of the tournament.  They also were very difficult to read.  Just to top it off, the greens had some of the most challenging ridges and slopes in the world.

When approaching a putt on a green like this, it is essential to think about your fundamental putting form, and have faith in it.  By using a great golf training aid like an outdoor or indoor putting green, your game will improve in terms of putting.  If you ever want to think about making it on a course like Augusta, you will need to sink putts and make precise pitch shots.  Just ask any player on the PGA Tour.

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