Tip of the Week: How to make more pressure putts


Regardless of your ability level as a golfer, there will be times on the course when you face pressure putts.

It might be that you're trying to shoot your lowest nine-hole score ever, or that you're trying to make your first eagle, or maybe even win a club championship.

How can you get the job done and hole that crucial putt when the pressure's on?

As Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix explains, the key is to simulate pressure in your practice, and he has a great drill to help you do just that.

So try the "Around the World" drill when you practice. If you can have success, the confidence you build will carry over to the course and you'll make those important putts.

For more tips from Golf Channel to help you improve your putting, click here.