Putting to Win!

By: Donald N. Lombardi


Start Putting To Win Now!

There's a great satisfaction in booming a drive down the middle, all the practice and effort is rewarded instantly, what a great feeling.

But what follows? Does your short game let you down, has the birdie chance turned into a bogey...or worse?

Most golfers put great effort into getting the ball off the tee and then onto the greens, by having lessons and range practice but very few give putting a second thought.

Professional spend more time honing putting skills than any other aspect of their game.
So why do amateurs rarely practice putting?

Generally they feel that there's more benefit in other practice, after all, if they hit a wayward putt they're never going to lose a ball on the putting surface, but on the greens is exactly where every golf match is won or lost.

Have you ever bought one of those "self assembly" pieces of furniture, maybe a small set of bedroom draws, you take all the bits out of the box have a quick glance at the instructions and think "This is easy I'll have this done in ten minutes", half an hour later you decide it's time to have a proper look at those instructions, then the one piece you had the wrong way round fits into place nicely. Job done, and a nice glow of satisfaction.

The next time we do exactly the same (yes we all do it), we make a guess at what goes where and when it doesn't quite fit we look at the instructions.

Why don't we look at the instructions first? Because it's human nature to look for the "short-cuts" or "quick fixes".

Putting is exactly the same, except most golfers have never been given any instructions, they just make a guess every time.

If you want to improve your scores and start winning putting is a good place to start.

It's worth taking a few minutes and link to my webpage.

The page contains several impressive videos of a young emerging Tour Player.
There are videos of chipping, pitching, and some very impressive shots into a par 3 green in very windy conditions.

As you can guess from the webpage title the emphasis is on putting, with several putting videos, covering all aspects of improving putting.

The aim of the webpage is to promote an e-book written by the Tour Player.

Containing over 140 photographs the e-book covers everything from holing out to long putts, distance control, reading putts, uphill and downhill putts.

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Donald N. Lombardi is an online researcher and consultant on the subject of Putting to Win. You can also read about other golfing ideas that he has implemented, field tested and proven to be successful on his website The Golf Shop.

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