Play Better Golf: Putting
How to hole those crucial three-foot putts
with Wrag Barn PGA Professional Chris Game
On the green:
PGA Professional Chris Game
This week the very best golfers in the world - Swindon's David Howell amongst them - will descend on Royal Birkdale to do battle in the Open Championship.
And while all us may well marvel at how long they hit the ball from the tee, and how they hit their iron shots with such pin-point accuracy, it'll be one thing that will seperate the champion from the also-rans - putting.
Put (excuse the pun) pure and simply, it's the part of the game that really does make the most difference.
And it's especially the short ones that count the most. The old cliche really is true: 'Drive for show, putt for dough'.
That three foot distance that - if you can make them - can change an average score into a good one - and a good one into a great one.
And that's why my golfing tip video here can give you the confidence to hole more short putts than ever before.
For the Open on Sunday or the just for the monthly medal, no one wants to miss a three-footer, now do they?
Chris Game is the Head PGA Professional at Wrag Barn Golf and Country Club in Highworth.
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