November 27, 2005

Putting Tip From One of The Best

Chuck Evans

Recently, Loren Roberts was asked if there was any simple advice you can give to the average golfer Golfer to improve his putting?

Loren replied, “Quit worrying about the line and try to roll it up near the hole. Try to work on your speed rather than direction.”

Most players get concerned about the line and lose focus of the speed. Rarely will a player miss a put 10 feet right or left BUT they WILL leave it 10 feet short of long.

Once you have picked out the line of the putt put all of your energies into getting the right pace and you’ll not only leave yourself shorter second putts but you’ll make a lot more of those first putts.


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