THINGS WITH STRING: PUTTING DISTANCE CONTROL
Larissa Blackbourn outlines makes putting practice interesting.
Unfortunately, this means we
often cut our putting practice short or don't bother with it at all! With a few tees and ball of wool you can create a huge variety of games that will help to keep things a little more interesting and keep you on that putting green for longer.
01: To set up the most basic distance control game using wool/string, start with a single piece of string tied around two tees that are pushed into the ground. This takes the hole out of the task which is hugely beneficial when practicing distance control, as when the hole is there it tends to become our focus. The goal with the single line of string is to stop the ball as close to the line as possible from different distances. A ball stopped right on the line would be the perfect speed control.