GET 25% OFF YOUR FIRST YEAR!

Limited time - use promo code: HOLIDAY22 at checkout

GOLF CHALLENGE

GOLF CHALLENGE

Check back in the future as we develop simple programs to help you become the best golfer you can be and get you closer to your best game. These challenges will be the cram course on how to become more consistent within a specific skill/task in your swing and/or your game.

Subscribe Share
GOLF CHALLENGE
  • PUTTING CHALLENGE DAY 1: SETUP

    Brian Gott stresses the importance of getting fit for the right putter. Learn how to use it and stick with it. There are many options, such as putters with different lengths, head styles, and grips. Visit a local club fitter and make sure you get fit for the right putter that works the best for y...

  • PUTTING CHALLENGE DAY 2: TEMPO

    Moving on from setup, Brian Gott covers putting tempo on Day 2 of the putting challenge. Feeling what tempo works for you is essential and personal as everyone is different. Practice putting about 15 feet from the hole and find your putting cadence. This is either 1-2 or 1-2-3 and practice saying...

  • PUTTING CHALLENGE DAY 3: PATH

    Brian Gott talks about putting path on Day 3. Set up four tees slightly wider than your putter head, both behind and in front, so that you can move the putter between them. Start working on the path with one hand pushing the ball through, then proceed with two hands. As you practice this, you can...

  • PUTTING CHALLENGE DAY 4: SPEED

    Brain Gott moves to the next phase of the putting challenge, which is speed, and he takes us through one of his favorite drills. Speed is critical, and you need to be able to judge it correctly.

    Brian places golf balls a couple of feet apart in a line at different intervals toward a flagstick l...

  • PUTTING CHALLENGE DAY 5: HOW IT ALL WORKS

    On Day 5, the final day, Brian Gott puts everything together with all the skills you have learned. Make sure you have mastered setup, tempo, path, and putting speed. Brian emphasizes that you should practice what really matters to become a better putter and not randomly throw three balls on the g...