For some golfers, a great ball-striking day equals pure enjoyment. It's the type of round where the scorecard is of little significance. As long as they're hitting the ball solid, all is well in the golfing world.
Then there are the golfers that strive for mastery, want to go low, want to be better than yesterday. For these, golf is certainly an enjoyable activity, but it's a sport—a sport based on competition where pressure-packed putts are as unavoidable as three-putts are frustrating. If you are the type of golfer that wants to master the game and go low, you simply must be able to putt.
But it's not just the golfers that go out to win every time they play. Every golfer wants to improve, and even if just occasionally, shoot a low score—whether that's breaking 100 or breaking par. That's why so many golfers of all ages and abilities follow the GolfTEC Proven Path to maximum improvement and lasting results. And considering that 40-50% of your shots are taken with a putter in your hands, maximum improvement requires better putting instruction.
GolfTEC knows that putting is commonly overlooked by the average golfer. Understandably so, full swing instruction is what most golfers want to focus on. Ball striking is both critical to playing good golf and enjoying the game. But as you improve and strike the golf ball with more consistency, you begin to realize that putting is almost always the difference between a bad round and a good round, or a good round and a career round.
PUTTING INSTRUCTION GUIDED BY THE g-PUTT SYSTEM
A putting lesson at GolfTEC is more than simply rolling a few putts and eyeballing your stroke. The g-PUTT system utilizes GolfTEC's motion measurement, video capture and biofeedback tones to analyze every aspect of your putting setup and alignment, and stroke mechanics:
- Setup and alignment – many problems in the putting stroke are caused by poor setup and alignment. Using video capture, your Certified Personal Coach™ will correct any setup and alignment issues you have—leading to significant improvements in your putting consistency without even touching the stroke itself.
- Stroke mechanics – with the proper setup and alignment, the next step is analyzing your stroke mechanics. Through GolfTEC's motion measurement technology, your Coach will be able analyze your putting stroke with precision and accuracy in each lesson. Things like the subtle opening and closing of the putter face, deceleration through impact, and even the slightest wrist movement can kill your consistency. In a GolfTEC putting lesson, every flaw in your putting stroke can be identified and corrected.
After addressing the basics of the putting stroke, your Coach will work with you on improving your distance control, building a consistent pre-shot routine that fits your playing style, and finding the grip type that suits your putting stroke best. In all of your putting instruction, you will work with GolfTEC's g-PUTT system and training aids that are built to address each part of the putting stroke.
Take the first step towards putting mastery
If you're ready to shoot lower scores and play more competitive golf, it's time to work on your putting. And there's no better place to do that than your nearby GolfTEC Improvement Center. With advanced technology, the best training aids and the expertise of your GolfTEC Coach, you'll be putting with more consistency than you ever have.
Call or visit GolfTEC today to schedule your putting lesson. Click Here to find an Improvement Center near you.
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