Amazing Putting Tips – Putting Drill for Making More Putts

Have you ever wondered how the tour pros seem to make so many more putts? Is it that their putting stroke is just dramatically better than yours? Well, maybe if your putting stroke is terrible! But it’s more likely that they have much better visualization than you.

What does that mean? Well, this awesome putting tip that you’re about to watch will make it simple. In two minutes, this golf putting drill will have you literally pouring in putts without changing your stroke, buying the latest putting aid or buying a new putter.

The reason it works is the way your mind perceives targets. Often times we’re looking at a putt and we see the ball falling into a hole. A more concrete way of seeing this same putt is visualizing hitting something on the edge of the lip that you knock into the hole. Sounds simple, right? Well, it is! But don’t take my word for it! Give it a try, you won’t be disappointed!

Now that you’ve seen the video, give it a try. At first, start with something bigger than a golf ball like a bottle of water. This bigger target makes the drill easier at first so you’ll learn more quickly. As you get better, start moving to something smaller until you get to the point where you just lay a coin in front of the hole and try and hit the coin.

Again, don’t try and make the ball fall into a hole, try and hit something in front of it and watch the putts start falling! Neat putting tip, no? Putting drills don’t have to be hard, so share this one with your friends!

If you want to watch the video about mastering your putting distance that was mentioned in the video, check it out here: Putting Drill for Distance

More great putting tips and drills:

Develop Laser Like Putting Focus

How to Rock Your Shoulders To Roll Your Rock

Perfect Putting Technique

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Chuck Quinton

Chuck Quinton

is the founder of the RotarySwing Tour online golf instruction learning system. He played golf professionally for 5 years and has been teaching golf since 1995 and has worked with more than 300 playing professionals who have played on the PGA, Web.com and other major tours around the world.