By Swingpal.com staff
There are not many things that happen on the golf course that are more frustrating than 3-putts, especially when you’ve hit a good shot and find yourself looking at a birdie chance only to walk away with a bogey.
Obviously one component in that process is to make sure you’re knocking in all of those pesky 3-footers you face in any given round, a subject we discussed in this blog a few weeks ago.
But also a crucial component in avoiding 3-putts is being an effective lag putter, meaning that when you’re on the green you can get the ball close to the hole even when you have long or difficult putts.
In this video segment, Jim Williams talks to you about lag putting and ways in which you can do a better job in this aspect of your game.
Give these ideas a try and start eliminating those costly and frustrating 3-putts that make your rounds less enjoyable.