The class includes 11 lessons and lots of drills
These myths and misconceptions found in putting are common and easily fixed
There is no better person to learn from than Phil Kenyon. Phil coaches some of the worlds most elite professionals and his pupils have recorded over 300 PGA tour wins and 13 major victories. Today you have the opportunity to become one of his next pupils
There are many myths and misconceptions which surround golf and putting in particular. Many of these lead to poor mistakes and putting strokes which will be costing you easy shots every round. This series is extremely informative and will teach you some of the most important lessons in putting.
How to create a good tempo in your swing
How a strong, repeatable putting swing should look
Which putter is right for you
How to judge speed correctly
How important it is to be parallel to the target
This class includes 11 instructional videos and loads of practice drills to support your training
Phil Kenyon is currently the most respected and sought-after putting coach in the world. His clients include the likes of Justin Rose, Francesco Molinari, Gary Woodland, Tommy Fleetwood and Henrik Stenson. Travelling constantly with the PGA Tour and the European Tour, Phil doesn’t currently have time to offer private lessons.
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George, UK, handicap 12
"I had my previous golf lesson 25 years ago.
Now I have a lesson everyday."
Phil Kenyon delves into the most common myths and misconceptions which are spoken about putting. This series will correct those myths and give you a better understanding of what to do next time you are stood on a putting green.
Phil is undoubtedly the number 1 putting coach in the world e.g. his past or present pupils comprised seven of the 12-man 2018 European Ryder Cup team.
Is it true that we have to accelerate during the downswing to generate power? Phil reveals how elite players control their speed
There is a common myth that the putter must remain close to the ground throughout the swing. Phil Kenyon explains why this is false and what problems this may cause.
It is widely believed that the putter should work straight forward and back during the swing. Find out the reasons why this will harm your putting.
Learn how different putters can benefit your putting and potentially save you shots on the green.
Does having a heavier putter impact your speed positively or negatively? Watch as Phil answers this interesting question
Phil Kenyon explores another myth about whether the putter should be sole to the ground.
It's a common myth that the perfect speed for a putt is about a foot past the hole. Find out why this may hurt your speed control.
Find out why the way you see putts has a huge impact on your alignment and concepts.
Should you be parallel to the target when putting? Phil Kenyon reveals how you can line up like the best players in the world.
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