- What all good players get right
- Appreciating the good miss
- One swing thought for a lifetime
The first thing developing golfers need to learn is, this game is about getting the ball in the hole in the fewest number of strokes, not hitting 300-yard drives or launching high-flying iron shots into the greens. The club that finishes off every hole is the putter, and usually with a short putt. In this video, Will Robins shows you how to make those makeable putts—every time.