If you want to putt your best you have to have unshakable confidence. This exercise will help you get the maximum results. I hope you laugh and I hope you use it :)
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•Drill 1: Ball of Steel 15 ft. Drill
Roll the Ball of Steel 3’, then hit a solid 15 footer with a normal ball. Since the Ball of Steel is 5 times the weight of a ball, the strokes are the same.
•Drill 2: Ball of Steel 1-2-3 Drill
Roll the Ball of Steel 1’, 2’, then 3’ - then hit a 5’, 10’, and 15’ putt. Your stroke will be energized.
Go to the putting green with a plan to improve and have fun! (See setup instructions below)
This is a great session because it has variety and helps you train with and without aids.
The Edge Practice Session
Set up 4 corners around the cup - 6’
Set a tee between each corner
Corner 1: Putting Rail - for stroke path
Corner 2: Ball Gate - start the putt on the intended line
Corner 3: Putting Mirror - check alignment and setup
Corner 4: Putter Gate - Hit the ball in the putter’s sweet spot
Adjust the number of balls hit to fit your allotted time
Adjust goals to fit your skill - but make it a challenge :)
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Hitting consistent chips and pitches require 2 skills:
1. Land your ball in your target zone
2. Hit the ball with the proper trajectory to create the proper amount of spin and roll
Proper practice should focus on these 2 skills.
You will need good targets to help you. They attract your focus, and make practice fun.
Play the Game:
Create a target ladder. Toss targets 3-5 yards apart beginning at 5 yards from you.
Hit shots to your landing zones. Choose your most lofted club. Start with the nearest target, then to the next further target; continue back with targets nearer to you.
Change trajectory. Take your next lofted club and hit shots up and down your “ladder”. Continue until you have worked through each club through your 5 iron.
You are practicing exactly what you need on the course to get it “up and down” from anywhere.
Way to GO!