Putting can make or break a good round.
In order to limit three putts I do a drill, that’s a one-hand drill.
Place your bottom hand on the putter where it would normally be positioned, and get used to the weight of swinging the putter.
Stand about 20-35 feet away – or wherever you’re lag putting struggles – and try to get your ball within 3 feet of the hole.
Once you’re consistently finding your target distance, it’s time to knock home our putts.
A great way to practice our short putts is with the clock drill.
With the hole being the center of a clock face, set up balls at 12 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 6 o’clock and 9 o’clock.
With short putts, aim becomes our main focus.
Finding your targets and the bottom of the cup on these drills will ensure you’re putts per round improves.