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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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What is the one thing 99.9% of amateur golfers are guilty of when it comes to putting? If you chose “leaving too many putts short” then you’re correct! But there is something else even more critical that is a putt killer: Not playing nearly enough break. 

Year after year, that seems to be one critical thing the majority of amateurs just can’t seem to wrap their heads around. It seems far easier to get upset with yourself for leaving putts woefully short. Knowing the putt never had a chance stings much worse than missing a putt on the incorrect side (otherwise known as the amateur side, or the low side) due to not playing enough break.

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