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A good drill to help end that dreadful habit of three-putt greens is to stop using multiple balls when practicing your putting and reduce the number to one only.

A good drill to help end that dreadful habit of three-putt greens is to stop using multiple balls when practicing your putting and reduce the number to one only.
Start your practice with long putts from 40 feet, always with the object of making the hole in a maximum of two putts.
Even when your first putt gets up close, you should move the ball back to a distance of three feet from the hole and then attempt to hole out from there.
In using only one ball you immediately need to up your focus and by making two putts you objective you put the kind of pressure on yourself that you can expect to encounter in a match

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