As I was perusing my video feeds, I found one that caught my interest. This putting tip, as laid out, is a good one. As I watched it, I found that this drill has other applications which I think as equal or more value. It is a simple, easy, repeatable and provides instant feedback (my must haves for any golf tip). I have used something similar in the past, but this composition offers more options.
As you watch this video, take notice of how well this drill sets up aim and distance. His comments on line, speed, grain, etc. are very valuable. My thoughts will be present after.
My thoughts on this drill are very simple. The set up on the drill perfectly provides feedback on where we miss a putt left or right. I think that if we back up about 15 feet, we will be able to see if our putting stroke has the tendency to left or right. It is that simple; if you hit 10 balls from 20 feet from the first tee, you would instantly know if your putting stroke has a tendency to move left or right. Importantly, the five tees behind creating a fence are very important for developing speed. Combining them all together will able to you gain very important feedback on all aspects of your putting stroke.
What do you think?
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!