How to make the most of your time on the putting greenDecember 7, 2018 Tips
Did you know you can use Trackman to work on your putting? We visited Gary Nicol at Archerfield to find out more
How can Trackman performance software help you to improve your putting? Gary Nicol is joined by Trackman expert Matt Wiley at Archerfield Links to talk through a few of the parameters that will help you improve on the greens.
Here, they ask what you would do if you had 10 spare minutes on the putting green before a round.
If you get the pace right all of a sudden putting becomes a lot easier. You take away the opportunity to three-putt if you get the pace right as you tend to be not too far off with the line.
So if you can do some exercises on your pace putting you really can help towards getting rid of those three-putts altogether.
If you are able to use a Trackman whether that be with your local pro or have access elsewhere, being able to measure your putts is a great ability to have. It really shows you your tenancies and being able to know your distances is a great way to learn.
Gary hit four consecutive putts around 16.5 feet. Without Trackman, he wouldn’t be able to appreciate the distance the ball travelled.
The Trackman putting performance software is there so you don’t have to guess. Knowing what numbers your putts are generating is key to learning what you need to improve.
Watch the video at the top of the page for a full explanation from Gary and Matt.
Stay tuned to National Club Golfer’s tips page for more Trackman putting tips, or if you’d like to learn more about how Trackman can help your putting there’s a section in the book The Lost Art of Putting, by Gary and Karl Morris, which is available on Amazon.