School of Golf: Finding the right putting grip, stroke
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Jan 30, 2013 7:30 PM ET
Everyone who plays golf has heard the old adage that you drive for show but you putt for dough.
Being a good putter, however, is no easy task, especially with so many styles to choose from when it comes to you stroke, your grip and the putter itself.
In this School of Golf video segment, Martin Hall takes a comprehensive look at different stroke and grip options in an effort to help you improve your performance on the greens in 2013.
Enjoy this video, do some experimenting with your stroke and grip to find the approach that’s best for you, and you’ll be on your way to holing more putts this year.
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Contributions from writers and editors on the Golf Channel Digital team.
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