Speaker 1: My insider's club, I've got another great drill here for you to really improve your putting.
What we're first going to talk about is how do we improve our speed control.
All I'm going to do is I'm going to take a tee here and stick it in the back of the cup just like that, and what we're going to do is we're going to just work on speed.
Now my first one, I want to have it drop in short of that tee.
My next one, I want to have it hit off the tee in the back of the cup, and then go in.
That's how you can keep working on it, so you kind of do a front, a middle and even off the tee in the back so you can really work at your distance control.
Now, even from short distance, it's important to work on your distance control because if you have my putting DVD, you know that when I break my theory up, that speed, roll and break as the three factors that go into making a putt, well speed is related to practice.
This is a great drill on how to do this.
Now let's take the same drill, just add a couple tees and make it a little bit more difficult.
What I'm going to do here is I've got a tee on each side of the cup and one in the middle so I've created a sort of semi-circle.
We're going to set up here and this is really good.
If you are putting really well, you can move the ball so this one, I want to hit the left tee and have the ball go in.
I missed the tee there, and now I'm going to go maybe to the right tee and have it hit that tee before it goes in.
That went in on the right edge.
That's perfect, but move your aim around just from a straight putt and see how well you can do at moving this, your direction or your target around.
There we go.
I'm splitting crosshairs here, so I'm really just aiming it, how well am I getting at hitting the tees, and again, that tee is so small.
If you can hit the tees from left to right and even center of the tee, you know that your putting is pretty good and you're homed in to fine tune.
You're basically splitting like I said a blade of grass or crosshairs.
That's how you know it.
First, work on your speed and then work on your direction with three tees and just hit the tees and that's how you know that your putting is improving.
You've got control over your putting.
You've got control over your accuracy and that's when you become a great putter.