No matter what level of golfer you are, 40-50% (or more) of your shots during a round are going to be on the putting surface. Without a putting stroke that is going to hold up under pressure, youâ€™re pretty much doomed to keeping the same handicap for years to comeâ€¦
After all of these methods didnâ€™t work, you may have even attended putting clinics, camps, and looked for the answer in the latest issue of your favorite golfing magazineâ€¦
So if we know that putting makes up 40-50% of our score, we donâ€™t yet have a plan for how our putting is going to improve, and weâ€™ve tried other putting methods that just didnâ€™t stick over the long term, what do we do?
I think the correct answer is obvious. Instead of trying to â€œuncoverâ€ a hidden method for yourself, and spending weeks, months, even years building a dependable putting game, why not learn from someone who has done all of the legwork for you?
Steve Elkington was not at the top of his game in 2009. His weakness in putting particularly showed. From 3-5 feet, he ranked 157th..
But one day, Elk found an amazing video of Geoffâ€™s about delivery speed of the golf ball. Here is a quote from Elk himself:
â€œI found Geoff on the internet, got him to come to Houston in the off season and help me with my puttingâ€¦â€¦1st time Iâ€™ve ever been in the top 10 in putting on tour in 25 years.â€
In 2010, after a lot of hard work with Geoff Mangum, Elk ranked 2nd in the same category. He also went on to finish 5th at the PGA Championship and win almost $1,000,000 on tour in 2010… Read more…