Putting Putting tips from Tiger Woods' Coach Tiger Woods' coach, Chris Como, explains why you should read greens with your feet instead of your eyes.
Coaches & Instructors Why Speed Is Key For Making More Putts Accurate reads mean nothing if you don't have the correct speed on the green. Dave Stockton, a Golf Digest 50 Best Teacher and two-time PGA Championship winner demonstrates speed control.
Coaches & Instructors A simple way to make more putts Use this cadence to improve on the green. Chris Mayson, a Golf Digest Best Young Teacher, shares his two-word tip to help the ball drop in the cup.
Coaches & Instructors Hank Haney: Putting Flaws How to fix the mistakes you might be making on the greens.
Putting Butch Harmon: How To Hit A Downhill Putt You'll make more downhill putts with a grip change.
Putting David Leadbetter: How To Improve Your Lag Putts Four steps to becoming a better lag-putter.
Putting Tom Watson: The Two-Tee Putting Drill This quick drill will help you groove a repeatable stroke.
Putting Tom Watson: Solve Breaking Putts Knock long, breaking putts closer more often.
How to Tom Watson: Shortcuts To Better Putting Two fundamentals to grooving a solid putting stroke.
How to The Must-Make Four-Foot Putt Rickie Fowler and Butch Harmon show you how to stay calm and roll them in.
Courses & Travel Lessons From Chambers Bay: Off-Green Putt How to hit an effective long, off-green putt.
How to Hank Haney: Golf's Obsolete Shots Some old advice to forget--and what to do instead.