Speaker 1: For my Insider's Club, let's work on your putting rhythm.
To become a great putter, you must have a good rhythm back and through.
As we all learn this game at the beginning, we all kind of clapped our hands together and we just worked on our shoulders going back and through.
Well, what I see, or I have the tendency to see is people where they get here and they get really quick and jabby.
We're going to go back to that drill, but we're going to introduce the club to this.
All we're going to do is we're going to place our hands on, but we're going to go into this clapped position.
I've got the club right in the lifeline, and we're just going to putt back and through.
This will increase, or improve, your rhythm as you are putting back and through.
There's no way I can get in here and get kind of quick, or you'll see a major jerk with the club versus the relationship of the hands.
The next way to take this drill from where it's really technical, let's get it into a little bit more precompetition, we're going to take our normal grip and we're just going to start counting, one and three.
We want to take the club back under the count of one, one and three.
One and three, one and three.
The reason I want one and three is I don't want the one and two.
I want you to elongate the e's on the three.
One and three.
Really feel that rhythm.
This is an awkward drill but it's only going to be awkward for the first couple of days.
After you keep doing this, and again I want you on the putting green and I want you counting out loud.
All right, you're playing partners might think you're crazy.
Within a couple of days, you'll be able to count in your mind, but it'll look like this.
One and three, one and three, one and three.
You can notice I hit the put on the e, or I took the putter back on the one, and on the three I hit the ball.
That is a great way to work on your rhythm with the putting stroke and get rid of that jab that you've had in there.
If you improve your rhythm, you will make more putts.