Dave Pelz And The 3 Foot Putting Circle

Dave Pelz And The 3 Foot Putting Circle

Dave Pelz 3 Foot Putting Tip w/ Putting Tutor

Dave Pelz is a legendary golf teacher that has taught many professionals on tour today. Many of those professionals on tour who have exceptional short games have worked with Dave Pelz. In this golf tip, Pelz teaches us how to be more consistent with the 3 foot putts by using different training aids.

To start, Dave Pelz lines up 10 golf balls around the cup at 3 feet. He challenges each and every one of you to see if you can make 10 in a row. Pelz claims that Mickelson can make 100 in a row, but I would like to see that done. By placing each ball 3 feet from cup and draining them will help with keeping your putter head square through impact and ultimately allowing your putting stoke to be more consistent!

Dave Pelz also uses two training aids to help with this. The first is the Putting Tutor. This training aid has a white line with two marbles at the end. If you are hitting the marbles on the end with the golf ball, it means you are coming inside out or outside in with your putting stroke. If you hit the ball through the marbles, it means you stoke is straight. It is a great tool that Pelz uses to confirm that his stroke is on point. The second is the “O” Ball. The “O” Ball has two distinctive red lines around the golf ball. If you hit this golf ball and the lines are going all over the place, rather than straight, it means you are putting spin on your ball.

Dave Pelz is the short game guru, so he knows what he is talking about. Check out this golf tip and be more confident with the 3 foot putts!

Putting Tip with Chuck Cook

Putting Tip with Chuck Cook

Putting Tip with Chuck Cook

Chuck Cook is a top teacher in the world of golf and he has a very unique and easy putting tip to get more consistency and reliability out of your putting stroke. He uses the Hibachi Stick to keep the handle and the putter head moving correctly through your swing.  Depending on the way you swing the club, you could either have the putter head moving to much or the handle end moving too much, both are recipes for disaster when you putt. All you have to do is put the Hibachi Stick in the grip end of your putter, get into position and move that stick either up or down so the stick is just hitting your body. Watch how Chuck Cook describes the right and wrong way to use the Hibachi Stick and you will start making putts on a more consistent basis.

For more putting tips and other golf related tips just like this one, be sure to check out the our Golf Lesson Center today!

Challenge Yourself With This Putting Drill

Challenge Yourself With This Putting Drill

DAVE PELZ SHOWS PUTTING DRILL
HE SET UP FOR PHIL MICKELSON

GolfLife caught up with Dave Pelz in Vail, Colorado to learn how to cope with the fear of the Two Foot Putt.  Dave says it best; most golfers will fear the two-three foot putt! Dave Pelz has a perfect putting drill for you to overcome your fear of these short putts.

The first thing you will need to do is set up four balls around the hole approximately one foot from the cup.  Even though it seems like 4 easy putts, we bet some of you golfers fear it.  Go around the cup, making all four balls.  Once you have done that, set up 8 balls around the cup approximately two feet from the cup.  Go around the cup making all eight balls.  If you miss one, you have to start over until you make all eight in a row.  If you still have fear in your heart, complete the two foot challenge again.

Dave Pelz shows us how this is done in the short video above. Be sure to check out more of our lessons and drills in our Lesson Center!

 

Find Your Stroke With Putting Tips

Find Your Stroke With Putting Tips

Dr. David Wright shows you how the placement of your putting grip will impact everything from your core rotation to the path you take to the golf ball.  This putting tip will break down your power grip and where your pressure point is for the most effective putter swing. We all have things that we need to work on with the putting stroke.  One thing for sure is, you are always working on it! Just like anything else, you have to go out and grind away at putting to be a good putter.  But if you grind away using bad technique, progress will come to a screeching halt.

Golf Life is always trying to find new putting tips for golfers of all ages and abilities so we can all be better on the putting surface.  Dr. David Wright really breaks down the process so that you can go out and grind, and ultimately start creating those good habits we are all looking for.   One thing that many people tweak in their swing is the proper grip. Many people don’t know what the “proper grip” should look like.  Take a look at the video above and start feeling comfortable and confidence using this proper grip Dr. David Wright is talking about.

Check out more putting tips at Golflife.com today!

Dean Reinmuth Golf Tip: Improve Your Short Game with this Chip Putt

Dean Reinmuth Golf Tip: Improve Your Short Game with this Chip Putt

Improve your Short Game with Dean Reinmuth

Golf Life is all about improving your golf game especially around the greens. Navigating the green when you are on the fringe or the short rough can be challenging at every course. But when you get creative on how you navigate it, you can limit your chips and put the ball closer to the pin on a consistent basis! Start to improve your short game today! Let’s head out to the course where we met up with Top Teacher Dean Reinmuth to get golfing tips that are sure to help you make more putts off the greens.

If you want to see more from Dean Reinmuth and improve your Golf Game visit deanofgolf.com

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