Putting is very simple in nature. So is this drill. All you need are three quarters and a wide-open green. Spend 30 minutes on this tip and you'll be sinking birdies in no time.

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Learn to Lag Putt Like the Pros

Although the best putters gain the most strokes on short putts, when it comes to avoiding three-putts, distance control is priority no. 1.

Putting: Nail Speed from Any Distance

Make your stroke even on both sides of the ball for Tour-level distance control.

Putting: Stop Pushing Putts to the Right

If you want to kiss three-putting goodbye, set the face square at address and make sure it returns to square at impact.

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Try This Unique Grip to Improve Your Putting

There's nothing worse than leaving a birdie putt (any putt, really) short. It tends to happen when you swing up on the ball.