Matt Conner’s golf tips: Video drill

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Tour Professionals hole the majority of putts within 10 feet even under pressure.

I am going to show you a great drill which helps you get used to holing putts under pressure so that your body is more used to the situation when on the course.

Snainton Golf Centre's pro' Matt Conner's golf tips    Picture by Andrew Higgins   sn123231b

Snainton Golf Centre's pro' Matt Conner's golf tips Picture by Andrew Higgins sn123231b

Place a tee in the green at three feet, six feet and nine feet from the hole.

Make sure that you are practicing on a straight and flat lie on the putting green.

Take two balls and start at three feet. Try to hole both balls from each distance.

Once the first one is holed the pressure is to hole the next ball so then you can move on.

You can only finish the drill once all six balls are holed and if you miss you will need to start again. So the big pressure putt will be the last ball from nine feet.

This is an important drill since these are the clutch putts you will need to hole to score well each round.