Monday, April 23, 2012

100 Putts

Gain confidence in your short putting

What to do:
You'll need a red permanent marker, a handful of golf balls, and your putter.  This drill requires a bit of prep-work.  With the permanent marker, dot the green 2-feet away from the hole.  Do this 12 times, rotating around the hole in a circle, creating a circle of 12 evenly spaced dots around the hole.  Repeat this process at 3 feet, 4 feet, 5 feet, 6feet, 7 feet, 8 feet and 9 feet, then make 4 dots at 10 feet.  This should leave 100 dots around the hole.  You will hit a putt from each of these markings.  Make as many of these putts as you can.  80 is a lofty but realistic benchmark. 

How I did:
The last time I did this drill I scored an 83.  My high is 84.  Good luck. :)

Beginner- Dot at 2, 3 4 and 5 feet, leaving yourself 48 putts. 

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