5 Golf Putting Drills You Can Do Indoors at Home

Are you scared to lose your golf game during the winter months?

Busy schedule holding you back from making it out to the golf course?

No worries golfer, we’ve got ya covered! This article shares 5 drills that come from our Winter Golf Training Program to help you keep your golf putting skills sharp from home.

In fact, if you regularly work on indoor golf putting drills at home, you can actually improve your overall putting skills instead of just trying to maintain them.

At the end of today’s post, if you want to learn more about our indoor golf training system you can check out some of the information we’ve provided. We’ve also got a 7 day putting bootcamp email course you can sign up for free via this form.

5 Simple Indoor Golf Putting Drills

The following drills are beginner level to build basic fundamental putting stroke skills. You need just a few phone books and a coin or tee to set up these putting drills.

Drill #1: Phone Book Path – Drop two phone books onto the ground at home and leave enough distance between them that your putter can barely squeeze through. Make practice strokes focusing on keeping the putter path straight and putter face square. If you don’t, you may bump into the books which give you feedback that your putting stroke wasn’t straight for that stroke.

Drill #2: Phone Book with Golf Ball – Set up two phone books again so that you’ve left your putter enough room to make a stroke between them. Now place a 10 foot piece of painter’s tape in the middle of the path and parallel to the books so that it creates a target line. Several feet of tape should be outside the books so that you can see how your ball stays on line for several feet.

Set a golf ball down in the middle of the books path on the target line you’ve created and stroke putts. You can use the books to monitor your backswing length compared to your forward swing length. The forward swing should be equal or slightly bigger than the back swing. Using the books as a guide for a straight putting stroke, try to see how many putts you can keep on the tape/target line.

Drill #3: Right Handed Putts – Pick a target to putt to from 3 feet away and using just your right hand, stroke one handed putts trying to hit the target. Make sure to keep the putter path straight still as well as the face square to your target. This will build your putting stroke by ingraining skill with one hand.

Drill #4: Left Handed Putts – Repeating the same drill, use just your left hand to stroke 3 foot putts to a target you’ve selected.

Drill #5: Putting to a Tee – Set up a golf tee so that it’s upside down. Starting 3 feet away, putt a ball to the tee trying to knock it over. Then move back to 4 feet, 5 feet, and so on. Try to work your way back to 20 feet away and still be able to knock the tee over.

Join Our Winter Golf Training Program

We’ve opened up our winter golf training program for pre-order! We’re taking on a limited number of pre-orders to join our test group #1 for this program. You’ll get access to our breaking 80 program ($97) for free once you complete this 21 day winter golf improvement challenge and submit feedback. Get started pre-ordering and becoming a member of test group #1 to try out our new winter training system. It launches November 1st, 2017.

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The bonus gift ($97) is our way of saying thank you for giving us feedback on this new winter training program so we can continue to improve it. Pre-order today to reserve your spot and get access to the bonuses!

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