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Ladies Putting Lesson

Many women enjoy putting and are open to taking a ladies putting lesson. Many ladies find it fun because they do not have to go to the driving range and try to belt the ball as far as they can on every swing. As a matter of fact, you can have fun doing putting drills or playing many putting games with your friends, spouse or kids that puts everyone on equal ground and the games can become pretty competitive at times.

A word of warning to the ladies…a standard length putter is typically 35 inches. This is typically to long for ladies. If this is the only putter that you have, you may want to grip the putter closer to the shaft. You can also check with your local PGA Professional. Many professionals can simply remove the grip and cut the putter down so it will fit you better and be more comfortable. It usually does not take long and is inexpensive. This will allow you to use the putter better and have more fun as well!
Putting is more on the finesse side of the game and anyone can become a good putter. Here are a few putting fundamentals to get you going on the practice green and will allow you to make more putts and add enjoyment to the game.

Putting Grip – First and foremost, it must be said that there are almost as many putting grips as there are golfers. Comfort and confidence will be keys to finding the best putting grip for you. You will notice that typically the putting grip is shaped differently from all of the other clubs in your set. If you do have a round putter grip, then feel free to use the same grip that you use in your full swing. Once the bottom of the putter is flat on the ground, you will want to take the thumbs of each hand and place them on top or on the flat part of the grip. This will make it easier to keep the face of the putter square to where you want to hit it otherwise known as your target line.

Putting Stance – Again, there are many variations of stances that are effective. You will want to place your feet apart but no wider than your shoulders. Then bend over from your hips. What we mean by this is not to slouch down to the golf ball but bend over by placing your pockets behind your heels. You will want to make sure that you are in balance from heel to toe. You can find the proper place by sending your weight slightly towards your toes and then back to your heels. Once you find your center, you may have to get closer to the golf ball or back away from it.
Conventional putting instruction wants your eyes directly over the golf ball. You can check this by taking your grip and stance and then drop a golf ball form your eye socket. If you have your eyes over the ball you will be able to tell when the golf ball hits the ground.
By now you should have a putter that fits you, understand how to properly grip the putter and take your stance. For free online golf lessons, sign up above for your free membership to Wireless Golf Coach. You will have access to articles, videos and webinars that will help you reach your golfing goals.

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