- There are no future events planned.
- Genesis Open: Justin Thomas leads Adam Scott and JB Holmes after three rounds
- American Nelly Korda wins Women's Australian Open in Adelaide
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- Genesis Open: Justin Thomas & Adam Scott share lead after second round
- Women's Australian Open: Jodi Ewart Shadoff four shots off lead in Adelaide
- World Super 6: Robert MacIntyre and Connor Syme face all-Scots showdown
- Kuchar to pay temporary caddie in full after row
- 'He's a great kid and we have got close over the years' - Woods on McIlroy friendship
- Race to Dubai: Biggest top prize in golf of £2.3m announced by European Tour
- I want to learn and move forward - Sergio Garcia apologises for disqualification
I thought this month I would offer my thoughts on putting. There may be something in the belly putter after all………………
In my experience the majority of short putts missed are down to the ball not having enough speed on it to drop often causing the ball to break off line near the hole.
The Plane Truth Program was founded by Jim Hardy. Jim is ranked #7 in the 50 greatest teachers of all time by Golf Digest Magazine and learnt about the golf swing from his mentor, John Jacobs. He has worked with a number of PGA tour players including Paul Azinger, Peter Jacobson, Brad Faxon and Mark O’Meara and played the PGA Tour himself before focussing on helping others to improve their golf. Many people ask me about my Plane Truth Certification and what it means to me as a coach and to them as a player.