Make more short putts. In this video Sue gives you four strategies to improve your putting

Welcome to a new instruction series from Dr. Sue Shapcott and Change Golf Instruction. This video is all about improving your short putts.

It is really annoying to miss short putts. Although the occasional miss from around the hole is inevitable, there are tactics you can use to increase your odds of making short putts. In this video Sue suggests four strategies to improve your putting performance. None of the strategies require technical changes - just how you approach each putt.

  1. Ball alignment
  2. Speed control
  3. Quiet eye
  4. Listening!

Learn more in this video and get those short putts in every time (well, more often!).

About Sue Shapcott, PhD, PGA GB&I

Dr. Sue Shapcott is a former tour player with a passion for helping recreational players reach their potential. She trained with the PGA and spent five years developing technical expertise with Hank Haney in Dallas, TX. Sue is also an educational psychologist and will sneak that into her lessons!

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