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Keep the putter low through impact, says Paula Creamer!

Keeping the putter head low through impact gives the ball a smoother roll and prevents hitting the ball on the upswing which can get the ball slightly airborne on long putts. While watching theWomen'ss British Open this weekend I saw a slow motion replay of a putt that was hit slightly on the upstroke.  The ball did not start it's forward roll for about 9 inches!  Paula Creamer has been a consistently good putter on the LPGA Tour for several years.  Along with learn about our VIP Program here »

7 Ways to being a Better Putter. #4 is a Gem!

We all want to putt better, that's for sure.  In order to putt better we need to improve our green reading.  Dave DeNunzio contributing writer for GOLF.com has put together a list of 7 great putting tips by 7 of the top putting instructors around. (I wonder why he didn't pick me?)  After checking out these tips I can guarantee that you will putt better in your next round. (But you must practice first!)

You read almost every putt, but if you’re like most players, your routine is guesswork disguised . . .

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The Best Training Aid for Putting

The EyeLine Golf Putting Mirror is a training aid gives you direct feedback on the alignment of your eyes, shoulders and forearms, helping you get consistent setup and results. In this month’s video golf tip, Mel Sole explains why the EyeLine Golf Putting Mirror has become his favorite training aid for putting . . .

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