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Sunday, February 16, 2020

Inbee Park on Putting (Video)

You've seen her putt. Even as I write this, she's putting on a clinic Down Under at the ISPS Handa Women’s Australian Open. Let's see what she has to say:

For many of you, Inbee's admission that she only looks at the ball as she putts is probably a shocker. It seems logical that, if you want to make a lot of putts -- especially long ones like Inbee so often does -- you'd be really concerned about your line and your stroke.

But Inbee says that looking at the stroke interferes with her ability to judge distance... and distance control is the key to having tap-ins when you don't make the first putt. (In case you didn't know.)

Inbee is perhaps the best putter in the game right now. If she's eliminating as many thoughts from her stroke as possible -- after all, once she gets lined up she's just looking at the ball and feeling the correct distance -- then maybe you're making your putting stroke too complicated. Simplify, simplify, simplify and perhaps you'll make more putts!

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