• Push drill for holing short putts

    Written by Richard Ellis on Friday, 24 September 2010

    It’s only natural to get nervous when standing over a three-foot putt. After all, it’s a length of putt we expect to make every time, which puts extra weight on our shoulders. This pressure is detrimental to our putting stroke and often causes a nervy deceleration into the ball, as TG Elite Teaching Pro Richard Ellis explains in this golf video...

  • Throw a ball for putting distance control

    Written by Rob Watts on Friday, 17 September 2010

    When throwing a ball to someone, you don’t have to think about the technique required to carry it out – it just happens instinctively. The same is true when putting from long range, as TG Elite Teaching Pro explains in this video tip. By making practice swings looking at the hole, you are focusing on the target like you would when throwing...

  • Focus away from the cup to hole putts!

    Written by Rob Watts on Friday, 17 September 2010

    Amateur golfers miss their fair share of putts from inside 15 feet because they focus too much on the hole itself rather than the intended line. It may sound daft but the key in putting from this range is to ignore the hole and focus on the line the ball will travel on. Don’t just look at where you want the...