There is no question that Dave Pelz is one of the best, if not THE BEST, at teaching the art of the short game. Marc Albert, who is the Senior Instructor at the Dave Pelz Scoring Game Schools gives us a great tip on how to control your lag putting with speed control.

For Amatuer golfers, lag putting is an essential tool to posting a decent card. Most of the time, if you are like me, you always seem to find yourself on the wrong side of the green with a long birdie putt ahead of you. With a 3-putt almost guarenteed, you try to hit it up there in hopes you get close enough to get lucky on the par putt. If this is you, Marc Albert has a great tip on how you can get better at lag putting and it starts with speed control. Here are the three step to being successful at lag putting and speed control.

1. HOLD YOUR FINISH

2. APPLY YOUR RHYTHM

3. LEARN FROM YOUR MISTAKES

 

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