Zach Johnson gave himself an unusual punishment after missing a short putt. Let’s see if it works.
Top 100 Teacher Kellie Stenzel is on the ground at Pebble Beach for the 2019 U.S. Open, searching for her favorite drills and how they can help your game.
Mark Broadie crunches the numbers to explain why trying to leave yourself easier uphill putts doesn’t actually work.
Nothing is more frustrating than a three-putt. Here’s how you should approach long lag putts in order to leave no stress.
PGA Tour player Michael Kim explains his favorite putting drill that helps him hit the sweetspot every time during his putting stroke.
The Mi Putting Template is tailored specifically for your stroke, and is a tour-approved way to improve your putting stroke.
If you’re looking to make more birdie and par putts, try this drill straight from the PGA Tour practice putting green.
Read this interview with putting guru David Orr and get ready to watch your putts start to roll in with regularity.
The “claw grip” was once a borderline blasphemous phrase in the golf world. Look around the PGA Tour now, however, and things have changed.
How can you rid yourself of those pesky, pesky yips? Start by lowering your expectations.