Narrowing My Putting Stance

As I discussed before, I noticed that many professional golfers putt with a very narrow stance. I noticed this about 3 weeks ago at the start of the FEDEX Cup. I said that I would give it a try and over the past 4 outings, I have. Yesterday, I played 9 holes of golf and used my putter about 16 times. No, I did not three putt, but used my putter 4 times from the fringe. And every time I narrowed my stance. I still have some more practice to do, but I did notice a few things. Continue reading

Losing or Gaining Strokes Between Nines

Golf is a crazy game sometimes. We can riding a wave of great play to suddenly have the wheels fall off. The problem is that I do not know why it happens. Conversely, I can play very poorly and then 4 birdies in a row. It makes no sense and if I ever figure it out, it would be worth millions! Continue reading

Focusing On Your Aim Point

This week I participated in Canadian Military Curling Regionals at Kingston, Ontario. Fortunately, I was team with three awesome curlers and mainly because of their great play, we won the event. During the three days of curling, I learned a great deal about the sport and a few things that will help me on the golf course. I plan on explaining these over the next few days, but my biggest take-away is to ensure I focus on my aim point! Continue reading

Taking Aim at The Green On Approach Shots

As I perused my regular golfing sites, a thought popped into my head regarding my aim point on approach shots. I am not entirely sure if it is an issue, but it would be great to hear what you have to say. The premise of my idea is that I do not select the proper aim point when making an approach shot to the green. Let me explain. Continue reading