•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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Training with the Ball of Steel will put energy into your stroke. More than 100 Tour players have this year!
Make sure you download the V1 App for your iPhone, iPad, or Android device to analyze your putting. This will help show your improvement with the Ball of Steel.
If it is too fast, then your stroke will be too quick.
When you slow your approach to the ball, your stroke will be soooooth.
Using the Golf Metronome will help your body hear a tempo, and your heartbeat will move toward that speed.
Stand behind the ball and listen to the pace of the metronome beat. Approach the putt at that pace. Make practice strokes at that pace. Hit the putt with the same pace.
You will be amazed at how relaxed you will become under pressure and how well you will putt.
Way to GO!
Your students need a tool to help them start breaking putts on line and that is why we created the Putting Scope with Michael Breed.
Take a look at Michael's video on addressing this issue