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How To : A Step by Step Guide for Getting the Most out of Everything is a series of conversations where we tackle important things like 'how to make the best martini' or 'how to make a clutch 4' putt' as often as the guys on tv. Okay, maybe easier said than done, but we've asked the experts so you don't have to. Consider this your one shop resource for getting the most out of your game, on or off the course. Giddy up.
How to make a clutch 4’ putt …
Statistics say the flat stick is responsible for 40% of your score (on average), and if you add that to shots inside of 100 yds, you’re talking 60% of the game. So let’s think about this logically - if you have 45 minutes to practice, we want 20 of those minutes to be putting, another 10 of those minutes to be short game shots, and the balance can be everything else. Top amateurs, collegiate players, and pros all log far more miles on the putting green than they do the range before a round. It's on the greens where scores are settled, tournaments are won, and legends are made.
So how do you make four footers? Simple, practice. But aside from practice, there’s a strategy you can use to make more 4’ putts than ever - we call it spot putting. A 4’ putt is rarely a putt that you need to play outside of the hole, so statistically speaking, you’re looking to to hit your 4’ putt either dead center, inside left cup, or inside right cup. Once you’ve determined your line, the next step is to pick your spot. A dry area, a blade of grass, an old divot, essentially anything can be used as your spot as long as it’s in line with the ball and cup. The key here is picking the right spot.
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