Golf Putting Stroke Tips

Golf Putting Stroke Tips

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If I were to ask you to name some of the greatest putters of all time, who would be on your list? Nicklaus and Tiger, for sure. Ben Crenshaw probably. Bobby Jones? Why not? I never saw him play, but you can’t win 13 majors without knowing how to get the ball in the hole.

Personally, I always felt Brandt Snedeker was a very underrated player on the greens. He maintained a beautiful, languid stroke that helped him to a top-10 finish in two of the past five Masters tournaments.

Whoever you consider a great putter, you should really study their stroke and I’d be willing to bet you would notice a lot of similarities.

What is a 50/50 Putting Stroke?
Although older players like Arnold Palmer and Gary Player used more a jabbing stroke (and were quite effective), you, like many players, were probably taught a 50-50 stroke was the right way to putt.

A 50-50 stroke means your stroke back was the same distance and pace as your stroke moving forward. A nice pendulum-like stroke. After all, a putter is just like any other club in your bag. A fluid and rhythmic swing increases your chances of scoring your best.

Now, if you currently use a 50-50 putting stroke but still struggle at times on the green, I would suggest switching to a 60-40 swing.

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