Have you heard the term that you should “rock your shoulders” in your putting stroke? What does that mean? Well, it can be interpreted many different ways as you’ll see in this golf putting tip video.
A good putting stroke will have you moving with the fewest moving parts possible. That means your putting drills should involve focusing on the body movements that move the least. When it comes to putting, that means leaving your arms and hands mostly out of the putting stroke and focusing on your shoulder blades. Yes, your shoulder blades!
Similar to what you’ve see in my famous takeaway video, you want to glide your shoulder blades across your rib cage in your putting stroke. This tiny little movement will move the putter head with great precision as you’re only focusing on moving a couple inches at the very most with your body rather than trying to move the putter head a couple of feet with your arms and hands.
This putting tip is sure to tighten up your putting stroke and get you holing more putts right away and is something you can practice inside right now. So watch this video and start drilling!
Once you’ve watched this video and put this into your putting drills tool box, you need to make sure that your grip is a proper putting grip. That way, you won’t have to make any compensations during the putting stroke, you can simply glide your shoulder blades. Check out this video on the proper putting grip and start sinking more putts!
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