Build Consistent Distance Control with the Tee Tunnel Putting Drill featuring Blair O’Neal
A PUTTING DRILL FOR DISTANCE CONTROL
Hey everyone Blair O'Neill here outside on my putting green, working on some putting drills with my Pyramid Putter.
I like to call this drill the Tee Tunnel Drill, it's probably one of the oldest drills in the book. You've probably seen it, it's simple, but it's also not as easy as it looks - and it's guaranteed to help you make more putts.
So what I've done is I've set myself a bit of a challenge. I have a nine foot putt here, it's by no means going straight, it breaks left to right.
What I've done is I've taken my four tees, I'm going to create two tunnels that are about one putter length long.
Now essentially, if I hit this ball through the two tee tunnels without hitting a tee, I should have a really great chance of making this nine foot putt.
I've set my ball down as you can see, I prefer to set up the line on my ball whenever I place my ball on the ground. A lot of professional golfers do that, it's a great visual, great way to start off your putt.
Okay, through the tee tunnel, good stroke, good alignment. I’m tee free, thank goodness, and I have made it out.
Let me tell you, it doesn't happen every single time. If you do hit a tee, that's all right. Put the tee back and practice again.
HOW TO INCREASE DIFFICULTY
You can make this drill tougher if you want by shortening the distance between the tees.
You can also keep bringing the tee tunnels out further and further away from each other.
This drill is going to help you make more putts, and of course you gotta get the Pyramid Putter to help you make more putts as well. It's a winning combo.
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