Pelz discusses new book: 'Putting Games'
Putting guru Dave Pelz stops by GolfTalkCentral to discuss his new book, ‘Putting Games’ and gives his take on the use of anchored putters.
Dave Pelz: Putting in the Wind
Putting is tough enough without the wind blowing. Dave Pelz shares his technique for putting under windy conditions.
Dave Pelz: Padraig Harrington's putting technique
Dave Pelz breaks down Padraig Harrington's lead-hand low putting technique and how it helped him win the 2008 PGA Championship.
Dave Pelz: Practice Up and Downs
Dave Pelz shares practice tips for getting up and down around any green.
Dave Pelz: Pitching to Undulating Greens
Dave Pelz shares shot selection and execution tips for pitching the ball closer to the hole on undulating greens.here on the 16th green, and I've got my ball back where Andres Romero drove it. It's a short par-4 and he hit it about 10 yards short of the green, but the point I wanna show is this is a very undulating green as most of the greens out here are. They're beautiful surface as you can make a lot of putts, but they're difficult. You've got to read the green. For this chip shot, Andres had to get this up and down . This was his last birdie that he made going home on the last 3 holes. But you've got to read the green
Dave Pelz: Don’t Do What Sergio Did
Dave Pelz recreates a shot out of greenside rough that Sergio Garcia attempted during the playoff for the 2008 Tour Championship. Try these tips and techniques the next time you need to get up and down from thick greenside rough.
Dave Pelz: Driving into the Wind
Dave Pelz gives tips for driving with and against the wind.Now I have measured that if you hit a three wood with abortion ban on it downwind with the wind you can hit it as far as you can hit a driver. So feel absolutely free
Dave Pelz: Putting Under Pressure
Dave Pelz shares how to hit putts that roll to the hole with the perfect putting speed.but Romero left his right here 5 feet short of a hole. Peter Lonard rolls it 712 feet by. Both of them very makeable putts. One is slightly downhill, but the tournament turned on these 2by the hole if it did miss. That's the perfect putting speed. Peter Lonard was quoted later after the tournament. He said, "I fell in love with the line I forgot to hit it." I want you to remember. When you have a pressure putt, the perfect putting speed is a putt that rolls half your putter length pass the hole when it misses. Now I'm not telling you to miss it. I'm saying imagine if you cover the hole and you roll the ball over, it would roll that far by the hole. The natural tendency when you're under pressure is to tighten your muscle. You're gonna be a little tense. And tense muscles don't move that fast.
Dave Pelz: How to Putt on Bumpy Greens
Dave Pelz gives pointers for putting through footprints on soft and bumpy greens.You know, Steve Lowery had to make a 6- or 7-foot putt here to win the tournament and it usually comes down to that, somebody's gotta make a putt. Here at Pebble Beach , in the spring it's February, if all is wet the greens are always soft and when you have soft greens and youbounces downhill. Balls don't bounce up, you know, they fall downhill, so Steve Lowery looks at this putt. He's just trying---- he's not drilling his putt on bumpy greens, you don't wanna knock it 3, 4,
Dave Pelz: Putting Perspectives
Dave Pelz shares his insights for reducing the number of three putts during your round.won 3 putts in 72 holes. Now, I have recently completed a research project with the PGA Tour , the shot length people that measure exactly how long all these putts are and how the putts performed, and we measure that
Putt Past The Hole
Dave Pelz shares with us why it is so important to putt past the hole.Look, I know I'm not gonna make them all. I'm not perfect. Nobody's perfect . The best pros in the world aren't perfect. But why not give all your putts a chance? Why not roll everyone at
Dave Pelz: How to Read Greens
Dave Pelz shows simple ways to help you read the greens better.over here just towards this camera to what I perceive as a flat spot and drop the ball then go anywhere, and if I pour water right here, it doesn't go anywhere. It just sits there.