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How to Putt - Acceleration Drill
There are few things worse in golf than hitting a huge drive off the tee, wedging it to 8 feet and then completely missing the hole with your putt. To make it worse, your playing partner just shanked a drive into the trees, skulled his second into the bunker, chunks his bunker shot to 15 feet and then drains it for par. You both walk off with 4's, but it feels like you should have had him by atleast a couple; tis is golf. But, learning how to becoming a better putter to compliment your better rotary swing ball striking is very simple and I've found the absolute perfect training aid to get you on your way in less than 20 minutes of working with it.
- It's harder to identify problems and track progress in putting because it's such a small, detail-oriented part of the game
- The Putting Plane helps demonstrate the slight arc that the putter travels as it moves back & through
- Mirrored surfaces provide visual feedback to check your setup angles
- Take a short stroke & accelerate through for solid contact and to keep the putter face square
- The Putting Plane has holes for a tee to show you how far back to swing in the Acceleration Drill - you should be able to hit the ball 8-10 feet with this small stroke