Timbered Putter Golf

Keep Putting

Posted by Jay McGrath

Tedious, monotonous, simplistic, worthless.  All of these words could be associated with replacing time spent on a range with putting practice.  These descriptions, however, are likely remarks made by an average golfer.  It does not matter if you can reach a par 4 in one or a par 5 in two if you are three putting on the green.  By spending time to not only work on your putting stroke, but begin becoming comfortable and confident in your stroke, your game will certainly improve and those long shots you practice on golf driving range mats at a range will no longer be spoiled.

Some of the best practice putting-wise can actually come right in your backyard.  By using a golf training aid such as an outdoor putting green, your golf game will definitely stay at the level it is, or improve.  You cannot lose anything by practicing your putting stroke, except inconsistency.  Best of luck with your future rounds this season, and be sure to keep putting!

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