The Golf Fix - Putting Special - July 30, 2012
one of the games that I do with my players is this-- it's a game that I kinda borrowed from a buddy of mine named Todd Sones . He's a fantastic teacher out in Chicago and it's a game that we call 20-point must. And what we've got is
Todd Sones : Eyes Over the Ball
White Deer Run Golf Club's Todd Sones explains where your eyes should be in relation to the ball and the target line when putting.
Todd Sones : Straight Line or Arc?
Straight back, straight through? Or on an arc? White Deer Run Golf Club's Todd Sones explains what the correct putting stroke should look like.
Todd Sones : Choosing the Best Line
White Deer Run Golf Club's Todd Sones explains how to choose the proper line on breaking putts, and why it's best to aim at a spot close to you.
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Bump and Run The Best Putter for You
questions directed at improving your game. This week it's Todd Sones , owner of Coutour Golf and one of Golf Digest's 50 Greatest Teachers in America. TODD SONES Owner, Coutour Golf; teaching professional, White
Todd Sones : Is Your Putter the Right Length?
White Deer Run Golf Club's Todd Sones shows you the proper steps you should take to ensure that your putter is the right length for you and fits your setup.
Todd Sones : Blame Your Putter
Putts not dropping into the cup? Todd Sones says that it may not be your putting stroke that is causing you to miss puts.
Todd Sones : Look Up = Lip Out
Learn why looking up is the major cause for missing putts. Todd Sones has the drill to keep you from peeking early on any putt.
Todd Sones : Short Putt Misses
Missing too many short putts? Todd Sones knows the cause and reveals the solution.
their wrists or block the follow through, this will alter the dynamic loft at impact. This is my setup position that Todd Sones and I have worked on. I used to require 5-6 degrees of loft. With Todds help, the shaft is more vertical requiring