Putting Practice

In this video I’ve set up a simple exercise where I’ve popped a tee peg on the outside of the golf ball.

Now this is placed so that when you actually place the ball at the centre of the club head, there is just enough breathing space for the toe of the putter to go past it. What I’ve also done is something to deaden the blow if you catch it off the toe to give you a little bit of a penalising practice session.

The exercise being, when you come and set yourself up to create yourself a nice neutral path, we want to miss both the tee peg and double sided tape. If you take the club on the outside on your way through you’ll catch the tee peg. If you take the club on the inside towards your body on the way through, you’ll catch the deadening blow of the double sided tape.