Deciding on the right putting stroke can be complicated, but not with golf putting instruction from the experts. Learn how the body reacts to different putting strokes and decide which works for you.
Stay In Posture
Brady Riggs, PGA, is back with another fall season putting tip that will help you make more mid-length putts.
Pour It In!
Top-25 Instructor Brady Riggs, PGA, explains his technique for pouring the ball into the hole. Stop missing and start making!
Don't Force It!
Brady Riggs, PGA, explains how to put an end to an unnatural and awkward putting stroke and stroke making more putts.
Make More Putts!
Having a good setup and grip is key for consistent putting. Brady Riggs explains what that means right here.
Feet Don't Matter
What matters in the putting stroke? Brady Riggs, PGA explains how the feet do (or do not) matter at all.
The 12-Inch Rule
Need a quick drill to start making more putts? Greg Baresel has just what you need in this quick tip.
See The Line
Need a quick drill to get your putting back on track? Randy Chang has the answer in this easy lesson.
Let Go of the Putter
Learn what it means to release the putter (literally) and make a smoother, more efficient putting stroke. Dan Martin, PGA, explains.
Jeff Ritter, PGA, explains what it means to get ready to stroke your putt in a mere eight seconds.
Don't Look Up!
The trick to better putting is to not be fixated on outcome. Wally Armstrong explains how to avoid looking up while you putt.
Perfect Your Roll
Tom Stickney, PGA, briefly explains how you can check and see how well your golf ball is rolling after impact with the putter face.
Back, Stop, Putt
Ken Green explains a cool new drill for smoother putting accelleration.
Left Hand Controls
Tom Stickney, PGA explains how the left hand ought to control the face of the putter
Tom Stickney, PGA explains a quick and simple routine to warm up your short game before your next round
Bladed Putt Drill
Want to become a better putter? Grab your wedge. Rick Sessinghaus, PGA explains.
Lag it Close
Chad Rogers helps you get your long putts close to the cup.