Category Archives for Putting

Do you want to improve your putting? Part Three

I have held off completing this portion of the blog as I just completed a trip to Omaha, Nebraska with fellow instructors/friends to work with the renowned short game instructor/coach, James Sieckmann. James works with players on all the professional … Continue reading

01. October 2014 by jdhobbins
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Do you want to improve your putting? Part Two

In my last blog I talked about getting a putter that is custom fitted to you and how to practice getting your ball to roll on the intended line. Here is this blog I will discuss two more factors: 1) … Continue reading

13. August 2014 by jdhobbins
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Do you want to improve your putting?

Number 4 Green at Pinehurst No.2. Notice how much slope is built into this green   As an instructor I have been certified in the AimPoint Green Reading methods and teach more putting hours than the average instructor. In my experience … Continue reading

07. July 2014 by jdhobbins
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How Fast Does a Green Need to Roll

Green Speed (Stimp) Having watched the United States Open the past two weeks at Pinehurst I decided to dedicate this blog to green speed, what it is and how it is measured. In recent years golf courses have utilized green … Continue reading

26. June 2014 by jdhobbins
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What the Professionals Use to Practice Putting

This is a simple practice system I’ve found that can reduce putting strokes if you use it regularly. It works because it helps you improve distance control and the ability to start your putt on the correct line. It’s called … Continue reading

01. March 2014 by jdhobbins
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