PuttingWatch with Tiger as he relives one of his most famous putts, 17 at the 2001 Players Championship.
PuttingPractice perfect putts with the PuttOut, a training aid designed to make sure your eyes are over the ball, and your strike is square every time.
PuttingFor the first time, Tiger Woods reveals how he approaches every aspect of the game. From technique and practice sessions to fitness and mental training, this 12-part series gives you exclusive insight directly from the 15-time major champion. http://www.golfdigest.com/tigerwoods
How toU.S. Women's Open champion Paula Creamer shares her tips and drills on how to make putts under pressure.
Coaches & InstructorsHow's your short game? Do you even know? If you want to play more efficient golf, it might be time to look again at how many strokes you're losing around the green and why. Presented by Deloitte
PuttingTiger Woods' coach, Chris Como, explains why you should read greens with your feet instead of your eyes.
Coaches & InstructorsMake your putting automatic and hole every short one you come across these tips from David Leadbetter.
Coaches & InstructorsAccurate 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 & InstructorsUse 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 & InstructorsHow to fix the mistakes you might be making on the greens.
PuttingYou'll make more downhill putts with a grip change.
PuttingFour steps to becoming a better lag-putter.