What is One Tip You have Learned from “Watching” Someone Else’s Golf Game?
by Frank Longabucco, PGA Instructor, Keiser University College of Golf
One tip I learned from watching someone else play golf was to use your putter more often from off the green.
Especially hard against the grain.
There is a high probability you will make solid contact with your putter.
That means a high probability for success.
A little practice learning how to read the ground leading to the green will save you shots.
Why fight it!
Credit Sven Nielson Amateur Golfer 2 handicapper golfer from Pompano Beach Municipal Golf Course.
Sven used his putter from almost everywhere and was fantastic around the greens.
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