A meeting with Brad Faxon — and one simple exercise — helped Rory McIlroy regain the feel in his putting stroke.
Webb Simpson had to hit rock-bottom in order to find a unique putting style that works for him. But can it work for you, too?
Should you use a line on the golf ball or not? A seemingly simple questions with so many opinions. Here was my experience trying both methods.
If you’re struggling with putting, try these eight simple tips from Sutton that’ll have you rolling it like Nicklaus in no time.
To make putts you need to pick the right line, with the right speed. It’s not always easy, but here’s how much wiggle room you have.
It’s always important to be dialed in on the greens. To help with that, Hunt breaks down three drills.
GOLF Top 100 Teacher Michael Hunt has a routine to cover three areas to feel confident on the greens: lag putts, mid-range breaking putts and short putts.
The Gatekeeper training aid uses a pendulum design to improve a golfer’s path, face angle and the tempo of their putting stroke.
The Perfect Putter Training Aid is more of a tool. PGA Tour players use it often, because it allows them to see their perfect break.
A high-tech putting app will give you advanced metrics via an app on your phone, which will improve your stroke and your score.