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Practice Putting Tips
Tips on Practicing Putting & Improving Your Golf Score!

If you keep a tally of the strokes you made in golf than the majority of them will be putting the ball. This is why putting is one of the most important aspects of the game of golf but most people who go to the practice range will spend their time hitting their driver and will ignore the putting range.


Do no make this mistake when you go to the range spend as much time or more working on your putting as you do the swing. Improving your putting is one of the quickest ways to lower your golf score and your handicap. In this article we will take a look at how to maximize your time on the putting range.


Always start by putting several 3 foot putts, this will give you the confidence and the feeling of hearing the ball go into the hole. After you have made 30 to 50 3 foot putts move back to the 7 to 10 foot range. As opposed to putting 3 or 4 balls from the same location if you do not make the putt from this distance than finish the putt out no matter where the ball ends up. This will condition your mind to what takes place on the course.


When practicing, try putts from different locations and not just putts that are on a flat lie. When you practice putts that have some break to them you will have to read the putt to make it. This is actually what you would do in a round of golf so it helps to get behind the ball and read the putt even if you are practicing.


Practice with a partner and make a game out of it. One of the best ways to improve you putting is to practice with somebody and play a game of horse. Just like playing horse in basketball pick a spot on the green and putt to the hole, the person who uses the most putts to make it gets a letter until one of you has horse. Playing a game such as horse will make practicing your putting more enjoyable.


Practicing putting can be fun you just need to find ways to enjoy it. If you can improve your putting skills your golf score will drop and you will enjoy the game of golf a lot more.


Golf can be a very frustrating game for some people but it should not be to get your free copy of golf putting tips go to www.Golf-Obsession.com and claim your copy before they are gone.

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