Easy Drill To Help With The Pace Of Your Putts

Paul Ramee

Paul Ramee

Golf Digest Best in Connecticut, 2016 Connecticut PGA Teacher of the Year

If you’re struggling with the pace of your putts, I’ve got a great drill for you. Place a tee on the fringe up ahead of you to be your target. The goal of this drill is to try and roll each of these golf balls and have them come to rest on the fringe where the tee is placed. Place golf balls fifteen, twenty, twenty-five, and thirty feet away. Hit each ball and try to get them to come to rest on the fringe. As you move from station to station, the length of your stroke and the speed of your stroke is going to increase to make up for the longer distances.

This is a great drill to do uphill or downhill on your putting green at home and is also great when you go play other golf courses to get a sense of how fast or slow their greens are in relation to yours.