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Putting - an Introduction and How to Improve

Posted 7 months ago
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An introduction to the putting stroke and how to improve this most important part of the short game.

Indoor putting practice: Left side is King

Posted 3 years ago
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Putting is the one part of your game you can still improve even if the weather is poor

Posture is the key to putting

Posted 3 years ago
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Standing correctly to the ball is the foundation of my putting instruction
Posture is the key to putting

Are you making the connection? Putting tips

Posted 4 years ago
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The quickest route to lower scores is to improve the quality of your putting stroke
Are you making the connection? Putting tips.

Seeing the Invisible Line

Posted 4 years ago
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Guide to reading greens for better golf putting

Beach Break - Reading Greens

Posted 4 years ago
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How to read greens by Dr Paul Hurrion

Rock solid putting

Posted 4 years ago
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The stability of a consistent platform

Covering all the Angles

Posted 4 years ago
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What snooker can teach us about putting by Dr Paul Hurrion

Fresh Thinking Golf Part 4

Posted 4 years ago
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Putting Thoughts
Fresh Thinking Golf Part 4 - Putting Thoughts

Take control of your putting

Posted 4 years ago
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Four key perspectives
Take control of your putting - four key perspectives

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