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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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Practice Makes Perfect Putts

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Sure, it may seem glamorous and the money has become mind-boggling, but make no mistake: the life of a PGA TOUR pro is anything but easy.

 

Reaching the highest level of professional golf takes an extraordinary amount of work, a ton of raw talent, and an unshakable belief in your abilities. Staying there, however, requires the determination to turn your weaknesses into strengths, as well as knowing how to maximize the efficiency of your practice time. It’s a day-in-and-day-out grind for these guys, fine-tuning every facet of their game to the smallest detail.

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Take the Path to More Solid Putts

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The Masters was a few weeks ago and, as they do every year, those greens did NOT disappoint. A windswept week at Augusta National paved the way to some incredible moments, as well as some very disastrous moments.

If you didn’t see what happened to Ernie Els on his very first hole of the tournament, click here to see for yourself, but fair warning, it’s tough to watch.

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Know the Speed, Rule the Greens

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What’s the one thing TOUR players hate more than anything? The dreaded double-cross is pretty miserable, but nothing they can’t sort out after a few range sessions. Shanks are obviously no fun either, but very few and far between for players of that caliber.

For our money, the most disappointed you’ll ever see a professional (or amateur, for that matter) golfer is right after leaving any putt short. Red numbers are hard enough to come by as it is.  Missing opportunities by mere inches often make the difference between claiming the win or walking away in defeat.

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The Right Read, Every Time

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Whether it’s a 10-footer to win your first Green Jacket or a 6-footer to break 100 at your favorite golf club, the goal is always the same: Make or get close.

Sure, a win at the Masters will come with a bigger payday and slightly more glory, but the satisfaction of watching that ball fall into the cup is the same no matter the circumstances.

Before you can hoist that trophy in triumph, there’s one element to your game that you must first master - green reading.

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Turf Talk with the Perfect Putter

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Enough with the technique, it’s time to talk turf.

 

Golf just wouldn’t be the same without those closely mown, carefully manicured putting surfaces that we all hate to love and love to hate. Most players get caught up in how much slope and undulation is on a green, and rightfully so. When it matters most, you have to be totally dialed in on the break and speed (let’s hope you were able to warm up with your Perfect Putter before the round).

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As you might have guessed, around here, it’s all about the greens. Therefore, it’s probably obvious that the putting surfaces play a major role in separating which courses we like and which courses we love. Join us to take a look at three of the courses that have the beauty and rich history to put them at the top of the list.

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