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Golf School: Start Every Putt On-Line

Getting your ball rolling on the right line will help you make more consistent putts. Simply put, if your hands and the putter head move toward the ball at the same speed, you should make great contact and start your putt on the right line. In a recent Golf Digest article, they discuss two tips […] The post Golf School: Start Every Putt On-Line appeared first on Off the Deck.
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