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   Jun 02

2012 Memorial Tournament by Nationwide – Precision Putting Makes All the Difference

After three rounds of the 2012 Memorial Tournament by Nationwide the best putting player sits atop the leaderboard — Spencer Levin. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! Spencer is second in strokes gained putting (2.292), first in putts per round (averaging 24.3) and first in putts per greens in regulation (1.536). […]

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   May 27

Jason Dufner Loses His Touch in the Final Round of the 2012 Crowne Plaza Invitational – Zach Johnson Wins by One Stroke

Jason Dufner was leading Zach Johnson by two strokes in the final round of Crowne Plaza Invitational, when his loss of touch caught up with him. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! Jason’s drives had been solidly accurate during the first three rounds. But today only 21% of of his drives […]

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   May 24

Low Scores Mark Round 1 of the Crowne Plaza Invitational

Whether it was the course, the weather, or the players, round one of the Crowne Plaza Invitational ended with 30 players under par and another 24 players at even par. The leader, Zach Johnson, was -6 for the day with no bogies. Clustered at -5 were three players — Tom Gillis, Jason Dufner and Kyle […]

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   Mar 24

The Precision Putt – A Weird Golf Drill that will Improve Your Putting

I want to let you in on a weird way I’ve found to position my eyes precisely over the first blade of grass directly behind the golf ball as I address a putt. Many good putters use this rule — “eyes over the first grass blade behind the ball” — as a fundamental part of […]

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   Mar 20

Luke Donald Wins Back World Golf Number One Ranking with Precision Putting

Luke Donald, the easy-going Brit, had held the number one ranking in world golf for 40 straight weeks until he lost the title two weeks ago to Rory McIlroy. He got it back on Sunday after winning the 2012 Transitions Championship on Innisbrook’s Copperhead course in Palm Harbor, Florida. With so many great players in […]

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   Feb 25

Poor Putting and Nick Watney hand Tiger Woods a Loss at Accenture Match Play Championship at Dove Mountain

As Tiger Woods struggles to regain his “Old Tiger” form, his putter let him down at the World Championship Accenture Match Play at Dove Mountain in Marana, Arizona. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! On the 18th hole, Tiger missed a 5-foot putt for a birdie to lose to Nick Watney. […]

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   Feb 19

Bill Haas Wins Northern Trust Open with a Perfect Putt

Once again perfect putting wins a championship. This time it was Bill Haas’ 43-foot putt for a par on the second hole in sudden death playoff with Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf Score! Phil Mickelson would have won the championship had he been putting like he […]

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   Feb 14

Phil Mickelson and Tiger Woods – Turnabout at the 2012 ATT Pebble Beach National Pro Am

The final round of the National Pro-Am Tournament at Pebble Beach found Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson vying in the same foursome. And what a round! Phil was 8 strokes off the lead going into that final round; Tiger was just four strokes off the lead. Precision Putting – Easiest Way to Lower Your Golf […]

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   Feb 13

Perfect Putting – How to Align Your Putt

Do you align your putts for perfect putting? How do you know when your when you are in the perfect putting position, with the putter face perfectly square to your target line. How do you know when your putting stroke is perfectly lined up. I’m going to suggest three putting aids that will help you […]

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   Feb 02

Ryan Palmer and Webb Simpson Top Leaderboard in Waste Management Open

Ryan Palmer topped the leaderboard in the first round of the Waste Management Open in Phoenix at 7 under par — 8 birdies and one bogey. Webb Simpson was alone in second place at 6 under — 7 birdies and one bogey. It was precision putting and good ball striking on approaches that put them […]

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