Tips for Putting from a Longer Distance


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We all can't get the ball within three feet from the cup every time. For that reason it is important to work on your lag putting. This quick presentation give you tips to help you become better at putting from longer distances.

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Tips for Putting from a Longer Distance

  1. 1. Tips for Putting From a Longer Distance Improve Your Short Game
  2. 2. Putting from a longer distance is one aspect of golf that tends to create confusion and weakness in the body of the player. Generally, putting distances from four feet and above are viewed as long putts. Consider the agony which a player will undergo when he or she is required to putt from distances such as 20 feet and farther.
  3. 3. However, you do not have to get worked up as we will deliver the tips that help with putting from a longer distance here in this article. Included here are the different guidelines for distance putting.
  4. 4. Maintain a Proper Body Stance and Position
  5. 5. As with most aspects of golfing, putting from a longer distance requires that you get your position relative to the ball and your body stance right. You should ensure that you are not too close to the ball and keep your eyes on it. Stand with both legs slightly apart at a position that keeps you square to the line of putt. Finally, relax and remember that there is not better position than that which keeps you comfortable and aligns your body such that your eye is directly over the ball.
  6. 6. Deliver a Perfect Stroke
  7. 7. The delivery of a perfect stroke is a very important factor for success when putting from longer distances. A firm grip with light pressure coupled with a stroke that originates from the shoulder in a pendulum-like fashion is sure to deliver great results any time. While delivering the stroke, pace your swing to move back and forth towards the ball at same speed and do not take your eyes off the ball during the hit.
  8. 8. Choose a Proper Putter
  9. 9. The choice of your putter goes a long way to determine how well your long distance putts turn out. Generally, you should use the putter that is most comfortable for your considering your height and physique. Generally, the length of the putter and its lie angle are two things to look out for in this regard.
  10. 10. Consider the Nature of the Course
  11. 11. When putting from longer distances, you have to consider the nature of the course, undulations and if there are any obstacles along the line of putt. For instance, you need to drive the ball a bit farther than the hole when going uphill and vice versa. Also, the greens have different textures on windy days compared to wet days. Balls can also roll better and faster on dry days.
  12. 12. All of the above tips and more have to be considered if you want to get it right when putting from longer distances .
  13. 13. Discover how to perfect your putting technique and lower your overall golf score by visiting Short- . There, you'll find tips techniques, strategies, and exercises that will help you shave strokes off your score and play the best golf of your life.
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