Try this two-ball drill to improve your putting
Gary Nicol and Karl Morris are co-authors of the best-selling book The Lost Art Of Putting, so who better to give us some insight into how to improve our game on the greens?
The first of a series of eight instruction videos from Archerfield is about line and pace…
This is a drill used by the late Harry Bradshaw, one of Ireland’s greatest golfers and three-time Ryder Cup star.
Before heading to the 1st tee, almost every golfer will head to the putting green and take three balls out of their bag. Next time, take two out and putt your first ball to somewhere on the green – but not to the hole.
Pay close attention to how your ball reacts.
With your second ball, try to imagine a spot under the first ball and dislodge that ball with enough pace so the second ball comes to rest on that very spot.
If the second ball dislodges the first ball you will have hit your second putt on the right line with exactly the right pace.
Watch the video above and give it a try next time you’re working on your putting.
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