Make those short putts with the Arnold Palmer 'Knee Knocker':
Tour pros sure make short putts look easy on TV! Use this simple short putt tip from my mentor, Arnold Palmer, to claim your short putts with confidence:
This tip is as simple as gently pushing your knees together for better lower body stability when facing a short putt.
Inward knee pressure can improve your putting performance by:
• Creating a solid lower body base with the weight distribution on the insides of your feet.
• Automatically centering your weight, which promotes the swing to bottom out into the center of the golf ball. This will improve your sweet spot strike and pure roll.
• Improving balance, because your head will stay steady, which allows the arms to swing together with the shoulders.
Learn how you can do this with a short video clip!
Click HERE to watch me demonstrate this simple tip to help you nail those short putts in the back of the cup.
You can get more from Brad Brewer, author of Mentored by the King, Arnold Palmer lessons for Golf, Business and Life, and the Brad Brewer Golf Academy by visiting www.bradbrewer.com.