Long distance putting tip

Golfers often struggle with poor distance control because the butt end of the putter moves too laterally during the stroke. This leads to poor rhythm, timing and off-centre strikes, all of which reduce the chances of putting the ball close from long range.

As TG Elite Pro Rob Watts explains in this golf video tip, limiting the movement of the butt of the putter during your stroke helps create a much freer motion, sending three-putts packing for good!


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