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Perfect Practice Putting Makes Perfection

Making the crucial par save!

Making the crucial par save!

 

Making the crucial par save!

 

 

 

 

I am asked all the time how to lower my golf score.  The quick awnser is make more Putts.  Putting makes up 40% of a golfers score and 1/2 of all putts are inside 6 feet.  I am a scratch golfer and so I average around 29-30 putts around, plenty of room for imrovement on the greens. Over the years I have had a tough time improving my scores do to the fact I practice only once a week and play every other week.  So the big question was how can I maintain a low handicap or even improve? 

I looked at my putting stats and noticed I was missing too many putts inside 6 feet.  I know my practice time was very limited so I need to make the most of that precious time on the practice putting green.  I came up with practice putting aids to allow my practice time to be more productive: Perfect Practice Putting.

 

 

 

My short putts were a huge issue so I developed the Colored Cup Reducer.  The Colored Cup Reducer shrinks the hole by 1" to 3.25".  And the question is why shrinking the hole makes you better?  My awnser is "Colored Focus".  I notice over the ball I was losing my focus and would make a non-confident stroke which would led to a miss.  The Colored Cup Reducer has colored targets around the top the reducer, this gives my mind a colored taget and the confidence to make a solid stroke at my target.  What a difference it has made in me making more 6' putts.  I will hit between 20-30 putts from inside 6' until my confidence lever is where I need it.  Take out the reducer and hit another 20-30 putts around the hole and you will see a big confidence boost because the hole will look huge.  

I am shooting better scores now with less practice time than I did on the college golf team.  I have developed practice putting aids that have transformed my game to a new leverl.  If you like to know more, please visit www.perfectpracticeputting.com.

Have fun Perfect Practice Putting!

Earl Cross

Perfect Practice Putting


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