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Chris Ryan takes a look at two of the putting drills that Tiger Woods used to use through his career.

Chris explains what these are, and more importantly what they will do for your putting stroke.

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Greg von Seeger says:

An aspect that is seldom addressed when discussing putting..is how far back in relation to the distance of the putt and follow-through after the strike. Is it better to take the club back further for the longer distances? or is it better to strike the ball harder?

brown55061 says:

He was also one of the best green readers ever. His ability to judge long puts and break was incredible.

Andrew Brown says:

I need help with my putting loads it's so frustrating tee to green I'm doing well putting shocking! Will give it ago cheers for the advice Chris 🏌️⛳️💪

Brian Otoole says:

Im really going to enjoy doing the drills with my new spider putter aren't I Chris.😂😂

James Steckel says:

Great drills. I know just the putter to use.

Mark Towers says:

Hi Chris. I use the first drill often now and it's certainly helped me as I was always hitting off the heel. Have tried doing the one hand drill before but can't seem to control the putter head at all – more practice needed.

Daniel Mosias says:

The first drill is also good for keeping the head still due to the eyes focusing on the tees.
The 2nd drill is good for relaxing the arms and hands.

Brandt Snedeker says he starts the back swing with a very slight wrist break

Adrian Pennington-Sharp says:

Great! I've just bought a new Evn roll putter and my putting has gone down hill mainly due to the weight of it. So this drill will certainly help me. Please do more on putting. Keep up the great work.

demco84 says:

I like this drill. But doesn't hitting the tee peg slightly slow down the putter. THUS causing it to go a shorter distance.

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