Don’t let the cold weather get in the way of improving your putting.
Unlike the rest of your game, you can practice putting in your living room, office or basement and remember it’s 45% of your score!
So spend your time wisely this winter by following these tips:
1. Before you do anything, check that your putter is the correct length, as a badly fitted putter will compromise a natural putting stroke. The forgiving Frankly Frog Putter has suggested guidelines for length depending on your height on the order page.
2. Now with a correctly fitted putter, this is a great time to work on your stroke mechanics. If you don’t already have it, a perfect guide to help you in this process is The Fundamentals of Putting which is a step by step, fully illustrated book that will help you understand the putting stroke and a lot more.
3. A visit to a Frankly /PGA Certified Putting Instructor (CPI) would certainly help you with some expert advice. Many have indoor facilities. Find your nearest CPI by clicking here
Stay Warm and Putt Well,
Frank and Valerie