It is recommended that players spend at least half of their time on the practice area simulating “real golf.” This means putting with one ball on the practice green rather than three. This means staging a short-game contest that involves hitting a chip shot and then putting out.
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PRACTICE PUTTING FIRST: Most golfers start their practice at the driving range and leave little time (if any) for the practice green. Change your pre-game routine the next time you go to the golf course and see what a difference it makes.....
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