The Three Foundations of Putting

The Three Foundations of Putting

Reaching the putting green should be a time that is celebrated. After all, the green is technically the simplest part of the course. It’s a clean, smooth surface with no bunkers, or rough, and no out of bounds. The target is right there, all you have to do is put the ball in the hole.

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What is the Difference Between Golf Wedges

What is the Difference Between Golf Wedges

Wrapping your head around the differences between golf wedges can be difficult, especially if you’re new to the game. What is each golf wedge used for, and at what point do you know which wedge to reach for?

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PnP Golf Tip - Mastering Your Nerves on the Putting Green

PnP Golf Tip - Mastering Your Nerves on the Putting Green

As we all know, once we reach the putting green, the stakes can be high and nerves can be a golfers worst enemy. Below are a couple of tips to help you keep calm and composed, which in turn will immensely help your game.

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PnP Golf Tip - Putting on the Line, Every Time

PnP Golf Tip - Putting on the Line, Every Time

Is there anything worse than reading a putt perfectly, confidently executing the perfect tap, and then watching the ball roll nowhere near the line you chose?

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How to Line Up a Putt Using the Point N Putt Putter

How to Line Up a Putt Using the Point N Putt Putter

The SX1 Point N Putt visual alignment system uses a simple ‘One Step Alignment Process’ which eliminates alignment flaws common to many golfers. 

  • Gently rest the putter head on the putting green directly behind the golf ball.

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PnP Golf Tip - Achieving the Correct Grip Pressure for More Distance

PnP Golf Tip - Achieving the Correct Grip Pressure for More Distance

Correct golf club grip pressure is often one of the most overlooked factors when
achieving maximum distance. If you grip your club too tightly, your muscles become firm, rigid and far less flexible. On the flip side, if your grip is too loose you sacrifice control of your club and decrease your ability to hit the right spot on the ball consistently.

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PNP Golf Tip - Getting Putts Started on the Proper Line with Good Aim

PNP Golf Tip - Getting Putts Started on the Proper Line with Good Aim

PGA Teaching professional Todd Kolb, teaches us how to get putts started on the proper line with good aim using the SX1 Putter by PNP Golf. With a balanced face and weighting on the heel, toe and behind, the SX1 is perfect for assisting aim.

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PnP Golf Tip - Finding the Best Grip Pressure on the Green

PnP Golf Tip - Finding the Best Grip Pressure on the Green

Ensuring you have the correct grip pressure on your putter is just as important when putting as it is when swinging your club for a full shot. When putting it is all about the feel and you want to ensure you have as much feedback coming back from your putter to your hands as possible. It should be easier to achieve a light grip pressure while putting as you only need to rock the club back and forth, as opposed to swinging it around your body.

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PNP Golf Tip - Reading a Putting Green and Understanding How a Putt Breaks

PNP Golf Tip - Reading a Putting Green and Understanding How a Putt Breaks

A perfectly struck putt that is not properly read will not go into the hole. Over half of the putts you miss are because you have improperly judged the speed and line of the putt. The most critical factor in understanding how much a putt is going to break is the speed of your putt.

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PnP Golf Tip - How to Read the Break and Grain in Grass

PnP Golf Tip - How to Read the Break and Grain in Grass

When you observe a golf green that you’re going to play, it's vital to study the break and the grain of the course. On extremely grainy greens reading a putt can be twice as hard. The grain on the grass can reduce the length of a 3 foot putt up to four or five inches.

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PnP Golf Tip - Your Stance and the Ball Position

PnP Golf Tip - Your Stance and the Ball Position

Having the golf ball properly positioned in your stance can have a major impact on your stroke.

A golf ball positioned too far back of center will cause you to hit down on the ball causing it to pop up in the air with unwanted spin and usually off of your intended line.

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