LASER PUTT NEWS BLOG

Distance Control Drill

The distance you putt a golf ball is determined by 2 variables:      1) the SPEED the putter head moves back and through the ball      2) the DISTANCE the putter head moves back and through the ball If you control one variable so that it is CONSTANT — then you can put...

Tempo and Rhythm with Brad Faxon

Brad Faxon talks about the importance of rhythm and tempo in putting and how the consistency of it is essential to being able to putt well, especially under pressure. Brad recommends finding your optimal putting tempo/rhythm and working on replicating over and over in...

Get set up properly before you putt!

Get set up properly before you putt! It is a good idea to check your stance dimensions and your entire set-up before you stroke your putts. Having a regular consistent set-up at least gets you started from the right position every time. Get your stance just right and...

Putting tip on How to stop 3-putts

Study this putting tip if you are tired of 3 putting a few times every round. 3-putts are the quickest way to ruin a perfectly good round of golf, but they should also be the first area you look at in order to make improvements in your game. Brian Stuard had the...

The Mental Side of Putting Copy

The mental game — and the frustrations that come with it — is most pronounced in putting. Why is that? You can recover for a poor drive with a good iron shot. You can recover for a poor iron shot with a good chip. But you can't recover from a missed 4-foot putt....

Putting with Confidence

You can recover for a poor drive with a good iron shot. You can recover for a poor iron shot with a good chip. But you can't recover from a missed 4-foot putt. That's where pressure comes in — and that's where frustration also creeps in. The mental game — and the...

The Key to DISTANCE CONTROL

The distance you putt a golf ball is determined by 2 variables:      1) the SPEED the putter head moves back and through the ball      2) the DISTANCE the putter head moves back and through the ball If you control one variable so that it is CONSTANT -- then you can...