The Golf Fix: Solid strikes equate to distance control
- By Golf Channel Digital
- Feb 4, 2013 8:00 PM ET
Every week on The Golf Fix, Michael Breed shares tips, breaks down swings and answers viewer questions in an effort to help golfers of all ability levels play better.
When it comes to putting, distance control is essential and having good distance control is very much predicated on striking your putts solidly.
In video segment, Breed has a great drill to help you make consistent contact with your stroke, and it all starts with eliminating any sort of weight shift during the stroke.
Additionally, this video will offer you a quick fix if you tend to get the club laid off and in too flat of a position at the top of your swing.
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