Golf Putting Tips

Unlike the unreliable traditional ways of putting a golf ball, Gordon Jackson, founder of LockedinGolf.com, introduces a new and revolutionary way to lock-in a square putter head to the ball to stroke both long putts and short putts into the cup. The instructions to perform these unique golf putting tips not only lock-in a square putter head to the ball but also locks-in the body in such a manner that it is almost impossible to three putt a hole. These unique golf putting techniques are available on DVDs at LockedIngolf.com.

Golf Putting Instructions: How To Grip Your Putter Squarely

One of the most significant golf putting instructions is teaching someone about how to grip his or her putter handle squarely. That is to say, that learning how to grip a putter correctly is indeed one of the most important golf putting instructions of all. However, the vast majority of golfers do not know how to grip their putters squarely. The reason why they do not is they assume the same style of grip putting on their short putter as they do … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING INSTRUCTIONS: USE A CARPENTER’S LEVEL DURING YOUR PRACTICE ROUNDS

One of the best golf putting instructions is to use a carpenter's level during your practice rounds to gain a better perspective of the breaks and slopes on various greens of your home course or other courses you frequently play. The reason why this is one of the best golf putting instructions is that using a carpenter's level at different locations on  greens will give you much more accurate information than relying on your own assessment of the breaks … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING INSTRUCTIONS: STUDY PARALLEL GREENS TO IMPROVE YOUR GOLF GAME

Some of the best golf putting instructions is to suggest you study parallel greens whenever possible. The majority of golf courses have what is known as parallel greens. A parallel green typically is located in the vicinity of the tee box of an adjacent hole. It usually is the green for the nest hole. A parallel green also can be adjacent to another green or adjacent to some portion of another fairway. Unfortunately, many players fail to … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING TIPS: HOW TO FIND YOUR AIM LINE

One of the most important golf putting tips is to learn how to locate your aim line when putting, especially for long putts The aim line is the line on which you should square your putter head irrespective of your ball-to-cup line. Obviously, finding your aim line on a green can be beneficial whether stroking short or long putts The best way to find your aim line when putting is to use the Locked-Knees Technique™. Here is how to perform the Locked … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING TIPS: OBSERVE YOUR OPPONENT’S PUTTS

One of the best golf putting tips is to observe the break and pace of the putts of other golfers in your group, particularly the break and pace of your opponent’s putt. Although this discipline works best when your ball is in the vicinity of the ball being putted, you can gain a better perspective of the general speed of the green by studying the putts of other players in your group even if your ball is not in the near vicinity of the ball being … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING TIPS: YOU SHOULD AIM TO THE OUTSIDE OF YOUR PLUMB-BOB LINE

One of the best golf putting tips comes from Dave Pelz who suggests you should aim your putter head three times to the outside of your aim line that I characterize as the plumb-bob line—for those who plumb-bob their putts.  The more I study and experience putting the more I am convinced of Dave Pelz’s theory: your aim line should be three times to the outside of what you initially believe the break of your ball to be. I believe this to be one of the … [Read more...]

GOLF PUTTING TIPS: INSPECT THE PUTTING CUP FOR ANY MOISTURE BEFORE YOU PUTT

One of the best golf putting tips is to check the hole location for any moisture prior to putting your ball. The reason why this recommendation is one of the best golf putting tips is that it will allow you to determine the degree of moisture on the putting surface, if any. It should be obvious that the more moisture in the putting cup, the more moisture on the green. The more moisture on the green, the slower the roll of the putt, whether long … [Read more...]