GOLF: The #1 Problem In Putting – Good Putters Vs. Bad Putters

The #1 Problem In Putting
Good Putters Vs. Bad Putters

It was an honor to film with David Orr at his home course, Pine Needles Lodge and Golf Club in Southern Pines, NC.

David Orr is one of the leading putting coaches in the world. His teaching method is based on research, not on theory. ‘Never guess what you can measure’ is one of his key philosophies. David’s research and teaching protocol led him to the PGA Tour where he’s worked with world-class players such as Justin Rose and Suzann Pettersen. Check out to get access to David’s personal, online putting academy and the absolute putting gold he shares there.

The best players (putters) have some specific tendencies and patterns when they MISS putts. Amateur and higher handicap players have their own unique tendencies for missing putts. In this video David takes me through the differences and how we can not only be aware of our personal tendencies when we’re missing putts, but how to best correct.


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