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MASTERS WEEK

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Hey everybody, its MASTERS WEEK! I have to admit since I was a young golfer I always looked forward to The Masters.  I still remember watching video of Seve win his first and listening to him talk about how much he enjoyed the golf course.  Do you remember Tiger’s putt in ’97 to seal his record-breaking performance?  How about Phil’s putt to clinch his first Major in 2004? Do you remember Adam Scott’s putt in 2011 to take the clubhouse lead?  Those are some great putts under immense pressure on extremely putting surfaces.  The imagination that is needed to play well and succeed at Augusta has always captivated me.  I have had the pleasure to be there during my playing days in College and most recently played with one of my Tour players.  The TV really doesn't do justice to how severe the putting surfaces at Augusta are.  The players need to manage not only big breaking putts but also super fast greens, which only adds to the difficulty.

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"UNIVERSAL" SET UP

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Hey everybody, I hope all is well.  Today I wanted to talk to you about the Set up.  I get this question all the time from students and other instructors as well, what does a proper putting set up look like?  I truly believe that the set up is very personal, and it is so because of many different things that are unique to each player.  I do however believe that there is one imperative, that being, that your eyes have to be in the best position for you to see the proper line.  For some players that is right on top of the ball, for others it’s just on the inside of the ball and even for some the eyes are actually over the ball.

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It doesn't matter how well you hit your drives and approach shots if your short game is lacking. In fact, most golf pros will tell you that as much as 70 percent of your final score for a round is contingent on how good - or how poor - your short game is. With that said, one of the most critical elements of a good short game is putting - and one of the toughest types is the downhill putt.

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Quiet Eyes Make All The Difference

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If you are looking to improve your golf putt, it may come as a surprise to you that much of it has to do with your eyes. That’s right…your eyes and where you look when you are putting is an important factor for improving your short game. While it is totally an individual choice where you chose to look, we have some tips if you want to make more putts on the course.

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There are two sorts of golfers out there: those that smile when they grab their putter and those that grimace. Whether you are proud of your putting game or not, there is always more to learn! You learn by practicing, but practicing is only effective if you do it right. Today we're going to guide you through some simple, smart, and efficient techniques to sharpen the edge of your putting game.

 

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