Make More Breaking Putts

Dr. Joe Parent

Dr. Joe Parent

SwingU Master Faculty, Renowned Mental Game Coach

The room for error in putting is directly correlated to how close you are to the hole. A “good putt” from 30 feet could be a bad one if struck with the same (lack of) precision from 10 feet. 

Get better acquainted with those shorter putts and how the greens react by employing the side hill circle drill. By choosing an area of the putting green that has some break in it and hitting putts to the hole from all sides, players can get a better idea of how the ball reacts around the hole, thus making them better short putters when they get on the course. 

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