2007

  • The perfect putting routine

    Written by Marc Warren on Tuesday, 06 November 2007

    Putting is the most important part of your golf game for lowering your scores and this weeks's Golf Tip of the Week shows you the perfect putting routine. Nike Tour pro Marc Warren spent time taking us through his pre-putt routine as he warmed up for the Volvo Masters last week. We captured it all on video for you...

  • Distance control

    Written by John Watson on Wednesday, 10 October 2007

    John Watson shows us how to improve our distance control This tip is from: John Watson, Adlington Golf Club Golf instruction for all levels which will help you play some better golf and lower your scores. PUTTING DISTANCE CONTROL Line up several golf balls and set yourself up at the first one. Hit that first ball about a putter's length out in fron of you. Set up...

  • Cut Your Score 2 - Knock Your Long Putts Dead

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Wednesday, 15 August 2007

    The main reason we three-putt is because we don't knock our first putt close enough and put undue pressure on our second putt. When this happens it's not your stroke to blame, it's your pace control. You can practice getting perfect distance control on all lengths of putts by using this simple putting drill, says Scott Cranfield. Step One One of the most common...

  • Cut Your Score 2 - Confident short putting

    Written by Scott Cranfield on Wednesday, 15 August 2007

    Boost that confidence! If you're a nervous short putter, help is at hand. We have the foolproof method needed to rap those two-footers with confidence into the back of the cup. Scott Cranfield shows you how... CONFIDENT SHORT PUTTING To be a great short putter you need to combine good technical and mental skills. STEP ONE - Treat the...

  • Look Before You Putt

    Written by Lee Scarbrow on Wednesday, 15 August 2007

    You'll need to study the undulations of the green to help you select the correct line to hit your putt. But this shouldn't begin when you get to your golf ball. You should be looking at the general highs and lows of the slopes as you walk up onto the green. This will give you a good general overview so that...

  • Better Holing Out

    Written by Lee Scarbrow on Monday, 26 February 2007

    Lee Scarbrow and Nick Bradley have fun on the greens while offering some great holing-out drills for you to try to test your skills on those crucial putts from four feet and in. These four foot putts are the money putts in a round. The more you hole, the lower you'll score. The best way to practice these putts is to simulate the same...