Is it possible that amateur golfers neglect putting? Well, yes, or else this blog wouldn’t be worth writing. Slicing is likely the number one problem for high-handicap players. Long iron play, in terms of hitting the ball flush consistently, is probably number two. But putting? That’s simple. It’s minigolf without the windmills and clowns.

Here’s a truth in life. Things that are perceived as simple are usually much more difficult than they appear. Such is the case with putting. This is also true: the simpler, the better when it comes to solutions.

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Consider the Medicus Putting Alley, a device designed to help you improve your putting, which, as I mentioned above, is a neglected task. Watch this short video that provides more information.

How could such a simple improve putting? It’s about repetition and feel. The Putting Alley, because of its short length, allows users to hit putt after putt with a single ball. It establishes feel and a repeatable stroke almost subconsciously. As the video shows, this is useful for both two-footers and lengthier putts. It could make the difference between par and bogey, a two putt and a three putt or worse.

And most importantly, it’s portable. You can bring the Putting Alley to the course or you can leave it in your office. Heck, you can use it in your bedroom, so that when you’re night putting with the 15-year-old daughter of the dean, you have a better chance of not getting caught.

Improve your putting with the Putting Alley. Check out more information at TryPuttingAlley.com.

Also, check out our videos here at USGolfTV.com. Improve your game, including your putting, at the comforts of your desk!


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