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How to Make Putts Under Pressure

Here is a 60-90 minute golf putting practice plan to improve your putting under pressure. You’ll be tested from close range first and feel the pressure as you build up your made putts in a row streak. Then you’ll move back and work on lag putts which will again test your ability to stay focused under pressure as you build up a streak of consecutive putts within 3 feet of the hole.

Good luck!

Putting Drills to Simulate Pressure

Today’s Objectives:

  • Lag Putting Pressure
  • Short Range Pressure

Today’s Drills to Improve Putting Statistics:

  1. Warm-Up
    • Make 100 putts from 3 feet
  1. Lag Putting
    • Lag 49/50 within 3 feet of hole from 30 feet. Restart if you fail.
    • Lag 47/50 within 3 feet of hole from 40 feet. Restart if you fail.
    • Lag 45/50 within 3 feet of hole from 50 feet. Restart if you fail.
  1. Pressure Putting – Circle Drill
    • Make 10 putts in a row (2 laps around circle) from 4 feet

Estimated Completion Time: 75 minutes

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