Moving Forward And Holing More Golf Putts (Video)
Moving Forward And Holing More Golf Putts (Video) Pete Finch â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Finch – PGA Teaching Pro

A lot of people are naturally very, very good putters, but is listening to the advice of playing partners, he's reading too many instruction manuals which has them tied up in knots. Now if you're looking to move forward and improve your putting, there are some very simple drills that you can use to free yourself up, to get you moving in the right direction and to start ebbing away from the tension that you may have been feeling. Now one of these is used by one of the best putters in the world Jordan Spieth. People will notice that when he's over short putts he doesn't look at the ball. He actually looks at the target. He looks at the hole.

Now for golfers this strikes them as very, very strange. However if you relay this back to any of the sport, this isn't weird at all. If you think about tennis, you are watching where you want to hit the ball. But you are watching the ball back onto the racket. But the very, very top players they hardly even watch the ball back into the racket. They see where they want to hit it. They go onto the ball as it comes in but they're focused on their target. If you think about a American football player who's throwing a touchdown pass, they're not looking at their arm. They're not looking at the ball. They're looking at their target and they are throwing it towards that target. If you look at anything else, if you look at an archer. They're focused on the target. They're not focused on their right elbow position or anything else that allow golfer’s focus on when they are putting. So just try the Jordan Spieth method when you're on the course. You will be exceptionally surprised that what you may find. A lot of people actually feel that they putt better. So where you're getting set up, rather than focusing on the ball all you want to be doing is looking up, focusing on the target and then just letting the putt go. So not focusing on technique, not focusing on anything else except looking at the hole. It doesn’t matter the length of the putt. Over the long putt it can become more inconsistent, as the stroke gets longer. But certainly from anything I would say within twenty feet, keep your eyes focused on the hole. Look at that as you target and then let the putter stroke flow. You'll be may be quite surprised that how well you putt when you're not looking at the ball.
2016-10-31

Pete Finch â?? PGA Teaching Pro Pete Finch – PGA Teaching Pro

A lot of people are naturally very, very good putters, but is listening to the advice of playing partners, he's reading too many instruction manuals which has them tied up in knots. Now if you're looking to move forward and improve your putting, there are some very simple drills that you can use to free yourself up, to get you moving in the right direction and to start ebbing away from the tension that you may have been feeling. Now one of these is used by one of the best putters in the world Jordan Spieth. People will notice that when he's over short putts he doesn't look at the ball. He actually looks at the target. He looks at the hole.

Now for golfers this strikes them as very, very strange. However if you relay this back to any of the sport, this isn't weird at all. If you think about tennis, you are watching where you want to hit the ball. But you are watching the ball back onto the racket. But the very, very top players they hardly even watch the ball back into the racket. They see where they want to hit it. They go onto the ball as it comes in but they're focused on their target. If you think about a American football player who's throwing a touchdown pass, they're not looking at their arm. They're not looking at the ball. They're looking at their target and they are throwing it towards that target. If you look at anything else, if you look at an archer.

They're focused on the target. They're not focused on their right elbow position or anything else that allow golfer’s focus on when they are putting. So just try the Jordan Spieth method when you're on the course. You will be exceptionally surprised that what you may find. A lot of people actually feel that they putt better. So where you're getting set up, rather than focusing on the ball all you want to be doing is looking up, focusing on the target and then just letting the putt go. So not focusing on technique, not focusing on anything else except looking at the hole. It doesn’t matter the length of the putt. Over the long putt it can become more inconsistent, as the stroke gets longer. But certainly from anything I would say within twenty feet, keep your eyes focused on the hole. Look at that as you target and then let the putter stroke flow. You'll be may be quite surprised that how well you putt when you're not looking at the ball.