Practice Like You Play

How often do you practice putting like you play on the course?
The next time you go to the putting green while practicing or before your round, take one golf ball with
you…and only ONE GOLF BALL!

When you are out on the course you don’t get two or three chances from the exact same spot or hole. So why would you practice using two or three golf balls then?

Use only ONE ball and keep trying until you can make it consistently with the fewest strokes possible. A great way to practice with the rest of your short game too!

Always remember to “Practice with a Purpose” – Chip Inks, PGA

 

 

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