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Pro Tip: Ways to Increase Your Putting Confidence and Decrease Your Golf Score

Updated: Aug 26, 2020
Pro Tip Day 5 Putting

While being self-isolated inside can be boring, we realized we could use this time to our advantage and improve our putting. Who wouldn’t want to make a few more putts from inside 10 feet when we get back out on the course?

The Callaway Executive Putting Green Mat is a great addition for your at-home putting practice session. If you use carpet, you’ll find that it can be a little slower than what you were hoping for; however, if you use a tile or wood floor, you may as well be practicing for the U.S. Open. With this mat, you can ensure a consistent roll that will not only be similar to the green conditions at your golf course, but will also give you a better foundation for your putting stroke.

Callaway Putting Mat

Callaway Executive Putting Green Mat


Another way to make sure you get a consistent roll is to find the best putter for you. We recommend the preowned TaylorMade Spider Tour Black. Not only is this a less expensive option during the pandemic, but the putter is still high quality.

This high middle-of-inertia (MOI) putter is visually appealing and increases forward roll and distance control with the Pure Roll Insert. The Spider has been popular on Tour since it came out in 2018 and may be even more popular with amateurs due to its solid sound and feel.

TaylorMade Spider Putter

TaylorMade Spider Tour Black Putter


To get the most out of your mat, we recommend something like the common 3-6-9 drill. First, start with a sleeve of balls from 3 feet. Once you make all three putts in a row, move back to 6 feet. And once you make putts from 6 feet, move back to 9 feet. If you miss, you go back to 3 feet. Can you make three putts in a row from three different distances (for a total of 9) in one go? If you can, you’re on track to lowering your scores.

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