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Video: Dealing with fast greens like those at Augusta

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GLADSTONE, NJ - MAY 22: Amanda Blumenherst signs autographs during the third round of the Sybase Match Play Championship at Hamilton Farm Golf Club on May 22, 2010 in Gladstone, New Jersey. (Photo by Hunter Martin/Getty Images)  - 

If there’s one thing that Augusta National is known for above all else, it would be the course’s lightning-fast, undulated greens.

And you can be sure that whoever wins the 2013 Masters will have a great week with the flatstick.

You might not ever face greens as diabolical as the world’s best will deal with this week, but Michael Breed, host of The Golf Fix, still wants you to be prepared the next time the greens at your course are faster than usual, especially when it comes to those short, breaking putts.

So try this drill out the next time you’re faced with a fast set of greens and there’s a good chance you’ll have more success.

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