WINNING SHOT #4
THE HOLED 8FT PUTT
There is no one tougher to play against than the golfer who continually holes out from inside eight feet. Making putts from this range means you are always getting the most out of the hole, whether that’s rescuing halves from holes you’ve played poorly, or securing wins on ones you’ve played well. The nature of matchplay means these putts are often played out in pressure situations. The key, then, to holing out at vital times lies in making short putts routine. Consistency of approach gives you a consistency of action, improving confidence through familiarity. It also stops you adding pressure to a situation by taking more time. Here is a simple four-step process you can use to help make holing makeable putts a matter of routine.