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  • Good advice, Doctor.

    As you said, there are many ways one could work on this aspect of the short game, from standing at a fixed point using tees or alignment sticks at different distances to walking around the perimeter of the green so as vary the distance to be flown to the edge of the putting surface and having the hole as the target. Anything that gets players working on variety and feel is a good thing.

    Between pitching, chipping, and putting, perhaps 60% of the game is accounted for and there is much more to be gained in terms of strokes saved than by simply smashing the driver on the range – despite all the marketing!

    Again, good video, and I’m envious of your lovely sunny weather as I sit here tonight in Ireland listening to the wind howling and the rain lashing against the window!


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