Putting – Advantage of The Pro Side

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Paul Wilson is the creator of Swing Machine Golf and founder of Ignition Golf. Paul's golf swing technique is based on the Iron Byron swing machine. YouTube Channels: Paul Wilson Golf and Ignition Golf Tips. Please Join me on Google+

8 Responses to “Putting – Advantage of The Pro Side”

  1. September 11, 2015


    Hi Paul,

    really love your putting tips series; thanks for leaving no stones unturned, so many potential there for shaving strokes.


    • September 11, 2015

      Paul Wilson


      Glad you like them. Numbers and understanding is a huge part of putting. Few people ever take the time to even think about things like this. If people can think like this they really can improve their putting without having to even practice. As you improve you gain confidence which leads to great putting.

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    April 28, 2018


    I like the way this video ties in with David Breslow‘s “no more three putts” video.

    I never knew there was a way to think of dying the ball into the hole as opposed to passing the hole 12” to 17” and learning about the amateur side vs. the pro side.

    I like this idea and have it in my head now.

    I found myself to be a pretty good putter at this early stage so this will increase my chances of getting better and better!

  3. April 29, 2018


    Thanks so much for this putting video. I am 73 and putting is the worst part of my game. In my last nine hole round I had 26 putts, almost 3 per hole despite being on or around the green in regulation on almost every hole. I am now working on dying the putt at the hole and coming in on the pro side. Several months ago I had a 39 for 9 holes because I had no three putts.

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      April 30, 2018

      Paul Wilson


      Very good. Too many people keep trying to make everything. I want you to not make mistakes. No mistakes leads to confidence which leads to making more putts.

  4. September 13, 2020


    Hi Paul. Great lesson! Does the idea of “no mistakes” as opposed to “trying to make everything” apply to all our shots: drives, approaches, short game, etc.? I ask because I usually aim to center of green regardless of where the pin is, to reduce “unforced errors”.

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      September 14, 2020

      Paul Wilson

      I would be figuring out the maximum iron that you hit which you know will hit your intended target and the would be the maximum you club you can aim at a flag. For instance; if its your 8iron and you are very confident that you can go at the “sucker pin”, so 7iron and above you go for the middle of the green. If your max club is a PW then 9iron and above is middle of the green. But if your golf ball is in the middle of every green, you would play some pretty good golf.

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