In general there are a lot of question and comments about Bullseye putters. I think a bullseye putter is a GREAT training aid / putter. One of the most valuable lessons from bullseye putters is contact feedback. You know if you heel it, toe it, or hit it right in the sweet spot. There's no better feeling of a putter then a sweet spot on a bullseye. I get a lot of questions about speed control and the number 1 factor of speed control is contact. If you hit it consistently pure it'll be easy to judge how hard to it. If you want to improve contact I recommend getting a bullseye to practice with and you'll see the difference in how you strike putts when you learn to hit the sweet spot on a bullseye over and over again 💰📈🏆
Featured: Danielle Hernandez 8 years old, Miami Florida.
Danielle is a US kids 2017 Local Tour Champion. She loves to play golf everyday. “My favorite thing is the feeling I get when I hit a good shot”
Good luck Danielle!!@golfgirldani
🚨🔥🐐• With a win this week in New Jersey at The Northern Trust, Tiger can move to #12 in the world. This week begins a stretch of 3 straight weeks of playoff events for Tiger. Image via ESPN Graphics / Getty Images #TigerWoods
Yup!!! This just happened!!! After 4 years I have finally beaten the Old guy!!! Tiger is back and I am back baby (well finally begun to be honest)! Grasshopper has snatched the pebble from the Master's hand!! I would like to thank God for allowing me to skip church, my wife for letting me sacrifice all the time, old guy (the master) for the lessons, #tigerwoods , #nikegolf , #taylormade , #callawaygolf , #newbalancegolf , #titlelist , #srixon , and #savannahlakes ! And errrrbody else!!! Lol!!
An argument between two golfers at a Massachusetts golf club turned bloody Friday when one of the men bit off the other player’s finger.
Police were called to the Southers Marsh Golf Club in Plymouth around 6:30 p.m. for a report of an “altercation” between two players, Plymouth Police Chief Michael Botieri told Boston25 News. When they arrived, they found one man suffering a “bite injury to the hand.” In Massachusetts, a charge of mayhem means the “malicious intent to maim or disfigure.” The charge carries up to 20 years in prison
This is the slow motion swing of Daniel Berger. Last February, in an interview, Berger was asked at about how he practices, and his advice for those who want to become better. He said that golfers should focus on what they’re weak spots are. And although that seems obvious, not many people are doing it. If you have an hour of practice time, and you’re a subpar chipper, don’t spend 45 minutes on the range and only 15 minutes on the chipping green. Focus on your weaknesses, and build on them.