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You probably have never given it much thought, but stance plays a large role in your putting performance. Most likely, you’ve tinkered with your stance for the long game and chipping, but always did what came natural while on the greens. If that sounds like you, good news - that’s how it should feel!

 

 

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Player Spotlight: Sean O’Hair

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Sean O’Hair’s smooth, powerful golf swing gets a lot of attention, but it’s his outstanding short game and putting that has kept him on the PGA TOUR for more than a decade.

 

 

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Player Spotlight: Russell Knox

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Russell Knox is having an unbelievable 2016 in golf. He was two PGA TOUR wins including a World Golf Championship, two seconds and four top-10s.

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Player Spotlight: Bo Van Pelt

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Crazy effective off the tee and just as dangerous on the greens. If there was ever a guy who  showed no fear when going up against Tiger in the late 2000s, it was Bo Van Pelt, one of the many golf professionals that trust The Perfect Putter to dial in the true speed of the greens.

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Do you think guys like Jack and Arnie back in the '70s would have even dreamed that launch monitors would exist today? No way! It’s amazing just how much technology has advanced the way golf is taught, bought and sold to the masses.

 

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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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After spending some time grinding it out on the practice greens at your club or practice facility, have you ever thought how awesome it would be to stumble upon that super-secret putting shortcut? We’re talking about the Holy Grail that only you know and are able to replicate over and over again.

Just one “trick” that will stop you from leaving putts dreadfully short and allow you to scare the hole every time you let it roll. There in fact IS a secret, but fair warning; you’re probably not going to like what it is.

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7 Ways to Use The Perfect Putter

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Over the years, The Perfect Putter has proved itself to be an extraordinarily versatile device for teaching pros, PGA players, and weekend warriors. 

This innovative device used with a few small accessories such as string and chalk line, tackles the three most important aspects in putting:

  • Aim/Alignment
  • Speed
  • Break

Having those dialed in on a day-to-day basis will have TOUR players asking you for a quick putting lesson. Because this device achieves the perfect roll, every time, there are many ways it can be worked into your training schedule - here are seven. 

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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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Fill the Cup with an Empty Mind

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As an athlete or general sports fan, you’ve probably heard of a phenomena known as “The Zone” at one point or another. Anyone who’s visited magical place will tell you that this unique frame of mind is instantly recognizable, and the feeling you get is undeniable.

One minute making a 4-footer up the hill seems impossible. But find yourself in the zone and that 25-foot big-breaker doesn’t seem so daunting. It’s as if all of a sudden something clicks and you’ve reached your next level. Your mind is totally in tune to your body, and everything becomes somehow effortless.

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A little reading material is the perfect way to catch some Zs before you hit the sack. Many folks lend their eyes and mind to adventure novels, poetry books, or even those steamy romantic shorts (you know which ones we’re talking about).

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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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Introducing golf to young people can make an enormous impact on their lives into adulthood. Over time, it helps build character and foster key life skills that guide them to success in many areas of their lives.

But let’s face the facts: golf can be brutally difficult and can be seen as boring, which is a big reason many kids don’t take to the game at first. 

You want to get them involved, but be careful. All it takes is one bad experience to drive them away from the sport for a very long time.

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Where did it come from? How did it get here? What is all of this for? While these type of deep posing questions are typically asked when contemplating the meaning of life as we know it, they’re also not entirely out of context when thinking about our favorite pastime.

History is a fleeting subject, especially when it comes to golf. As players and aficionados of the sport, we’re much more concerned with the present and the future. How does your swing look now; how can I save shots around the greens on my next round.

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Information overload is a golfer’s worst enemy. One of golf’s most famous, brilliant, and incredibly accurate quotes comes from the timeless Bobby Jones. He said:

“Competitive golf is played mainly on a five-and-a-half-inch course, the space between your ears.” 

This is not only the case for competitive golf, but easily applies to the amateur ranks as well.

With a combination of the Internet, videos, magazines and books, the information overload of juggling too many tips is just too much for today’s golfers. When these ideas start to pile up, you’ll quickly find yourself in a downward spiral of nightmare rounds of golf thanks to too much technique.

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What do you and an executive of a Fortune 100 company have in common? An unwavering passion for the game of golf. 

It’s no secret that golf is the game of choice for people of power around the world, from presidents to high-ranking CEOs. However, as many deals that are made on the golf course, countless more are lost due what transpires during the round. 

With that said, here’s a breakdown of what to do, and what not to do, when your business life clashes with your golf life.

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Striking the Perfect Balance

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Nothing is more proven to help a player sink more putts than harnessing a smooth putting stroke that can withstand the pressure. But as most of us know, developing a TOUR-caliber putting stroke is much easier said than done.

While most of us are still grinding towards this goal, there is one factor toward better putting completely in your control: Finding the ideal putter that fits your unique player profile.

Owning equipment geared to your individual swing mechanics throughout your bag is critical to shooting the lowest scores possible. With this in mind, it’s important to understand that the undisputed most-important club in your set is the flatstick. The main reason for this is the sheer amount of strokes golfers take on the greens. 

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