Putting Drill to Build Muscle Memory with Blair O’Neal
Work On Short, Medium and Long Putts
Hey golfers, it's Blair O'Neal. I’m outside on my practice putting green with my Pyramid Putter of course, to help me make more putts.
I'm going to show you a drill that I personally love to do; it's called the One-Handed Drill.
You can do it with your right hand only, you can do it with your left hand only, and I actually think it's great to do this drill with both hands.
One just your right, the second time just with your left.
I'm gonna start with my right because I personally feel like all my feel is in my right hand.
First, put your left hand behind your back
Start with a one or two footer and then pull it back, pull the ball back a little bit farther from the hole.
Keep one hand on the putter grip and hit the ball.
If you miss the putt, pull a ball back and repeat until you get it in the hole.
Pull it back again, repeat.
Benefits of This Putting Drill
As you can see, we're working our way back or working on short putts all the way to longer putts. The repetition of this is going to give us confidence and help us when we're out on the golf course to build muscle memory.
This drill gives you instant feedback and tells you what you need to do to make more putts.
Try putting with just one hand with your Pyramid Putter, it’s going to help you out on the golf course.