Dial In All Aspects Of Your Putting

Joe Hallett

Joe Hallett

SwingU Master Faculty, Golf Magazine Top-100 in America, Golf Digest No. 1 in Tennessee, 2018 PGA Educator of the Year

You’ve all heard of the gate drill, which helps you get your club and the ball started on the desired line, but we all know there’s more to making putts than simply getting the start line right.

The “entry point” gate drill tests your speed and read as well. About a foot short of the hole, put a more forgiving gate — about two putterheads wide — on the ideal line and test your start line, your read and most importantly, your speed coming into the hole. 

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