Um TBT dessa segunda ksa que eu amo visitar. 🇺🇸😍
Such a special #TBT . Just love this country 🇺🇸😍
Ps. Nessa última viagem tirei nada mais que 5 mil fotos, portanto, teremos TBT diário kkkkk
Ps. This last time in the US I got nothing more than 5thousand pictures out of this trip, so we're gonna have TBT every single day till They're done hahahah
@blick_golf here working on the sliders. You’ll see him here with a tee for his aiming point. He just plays it down that line and let’s the break pull it right. This is a great drill to help work on big breaking putts and it’s just great let your eyes see putts go in with big break. Structured practice and having specific goals with what you want to accomplish is big in actually improving. Challenge yourself on the putting green and work on all sorts of different putts. It’ll help with green reading and confidence on the course!!
Love these graphics that show all the possible routes a ball could go in. Just another pure putt here from @patrickcantlay. Notice the big backstroke?? Don’t be afraid to take a long backstroke on long putts. Another solid little move is something most ALL of the greats do and that’s pull the trigger after the last look. This doesn’t allow for anything static to happen and keeps you in rhythm. It’s no coincidence this guy can putt, he has all the traits of a good putter. Do you think he gets another 🏆 this year?
Here we have the stroke of @tigerwoods today during his Pro-Am. Why is Tiger such a good putter?? It's NOT a secret, if you watch footage of his stroke throughout ALL of his golf years you'll notice some commonalities. Through his whole life he has had the same FUNDAMENTALS, with just the style of stroke varying slightly. This is why in my opinion he has always made the clutch putt when needed. He has worked on the same core fundamentals his whole life and knows HIS stroke better than anyone. You hear me talk all the time about having a fundamentally sound stroke, why does it matter?? Stroke isn't everything in putting, but having a solid stroke helps under pressure. A stroke that is built on fundamentals is easier to control and WAY easier to fix when things get off. The reason for that is generally when things get off on a fundamentally sound stroke the cause of what is going on is the same and that is KEY! Knowing what to work on and what not to work on is HUGE in all areas of the game and putting is no different. Having these core fundamentals down allows you to go through a checklist to see where things may have gone wrong. That is why the best putters of all time RARELY go through long phases of poor putting, they figure it out FAST because they know what is going on. Want to be a consistent putter forever?? Knowing and having the proper foundation of fundamentals your stroke is CRITICAL!!