Four Corners (Short Putts Part 1)

Short putting is one of the most important and vital elements to scoring. Often developing players get anxiety over putts from less than 5 ft because they think they “should” make them. This is Part 1 of a series of short putting drills that will make you unstoppable from short range.

Drill #1 Four Corners

Start by setting up 4 tees 3 ft away from the cup at each of the four major corners of the hole (6 o’clock, 9 o’clock, 3 o’clock and 12 o’clock). A good way to get an approximate distance of 3 ft is to use one’s putter length.

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Place 3 balls at each tee and record how many out of 12 are holed.

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Then try from 4ft and 5ft (a foot can be used to get an approximate measure).

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Keep track of your data everyday, the goal is 12-12-12. However, it will not always be perfect. Keep rolling them in and you will become a fearless putter.

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