Jim Grundberg (CEO/Co-Owner), Mike Hicks (Payne’s friend & caddy), Cody Hale (Dir. of Tour Operations & SeeMore Putter Institute) and Ted Gallina (PGA Professional & SPi Global Ambassador) Special 20 Year Anniversary Podcast: Mike Hicks and Payne Stewart: A friendship and playing partnership for all time. The exclusive story of the 1999 US Open Champion… Read more »
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In episode 4 Jim, Cody and Ted talked about how alignment is a KEY ingredient when using the putter. From simple practice techniques and tools to stories from the TOUR, this episode will make you better on the putting green. Visit SeeMore.com for more information and SHARE with your friends.
In episode 3 the TOUR team dives into getting custom fit for a putter. They explore how the fundamentals of golf along with putter length will help you become more consistent on the greens. Cody Hale explains what he looks for when a TOUR player and amateur walks into his TOUR studio. ENJOY! Share your… Read more »
Jim Grundberg (CEO/Co-Owner), Cody Hale (Dir. of Tour Operations & SeeMore Putter Institute) and Ted Gallina (PGA Professional & SPi Global Ambassador) Another great episode from “The Putting Couch” talking about the myths and basic truths in putting along with the phrase, “Are you straight back-straight through VS. arc to arc stroke”?
Jim Grundberg (CEO/Co-Owner), Cody Hale (Dir. of Tour Operations & SeeMore Putter Institute) and Ted Gallina (PGA Professional & SPi Global Ambassador) Episode 1 is a fun podcast on what to expect throughout the year when listening to “The Putting Couch”. Visit more at SeeMore.com.
What is your 2.0 Putt Distance? by: Peter Sanders Founder of ShotByShot.com, the leading game analysis website. In studying performance at all levels for more than 25 years, I have found that there are two distinct skills needed to become a good putter: Alignment and Distance Control. Proper alignment is especially critical in the… Read more »
Fitness training in golf has received increased attention over the past several years. The professionals seem to be in better shape than those professionals of yesteryear. It is without question that an emphasis of these golfers has been placed on fitness. This leaves the novice golfer with the question, “What can I do to improve… Read more »