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putt

Golf
a stroke on the green with a putter to roll the ball into or near the hole
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The Ryder Cup star shot a sparkling 63 in the third round but then closed with a two-over par 72 after missing four putts from inside six feet.
The English Ryder Cup star shot a sparkling 63 in the third round but then closed with a two-over par 72 after missing four putts from inside six feet.
It's called The Ten In Ten Drill and the objective is to get you sinking as many putts as you can from somewhere around ten feet, which is birdie territory.
The authors utilized self-report measures on the participant's perception of performance and point out that self-reporting was problematic due to the inability of controlling for extraneous factors such as difficulty of putts.
For downhill putts, read the putt from behind the hole once again looking up the hill.
It was right in the middle of the hole," Palmer says insistently of the bold putt that loudly failed to drop.
A good practice drill to help you become more confident with short putts is to place a ball on each point of the compass around the hole, approximately three feet away.
Every year, professional mini-golf players putt away at the Masters of Pro Mini Golf.
Cotton (par 3): spade mashie into bunker, sand wedge, two putts.
While little difference in performance emerged from the 3-foot putts, Hung reports that the novices sunk significantly more putts from 9 feet using the cross-handed grip than they did with the conventional grip.
But it is worth checking for hidden breaks by looking at putts from all sides of the hole.
The analyses focused on five categories: driving accuracy, greens hit in regulation, putts per round, non-sand save percentage, and sand-save percentage -- and how each affected scoring averages.