Improving your short game is a surefire way to lower your handicap.
But how do you do it?
Eric Alpenfels, a PGA Master professional who serves at the director of the Pinehurst Golf Academy, has three simple tips for hitting better around the greens. Watch the video above to see the advice he offered PGA.com.
If you struggle with these shots, hit the practice greens with as much regularity as the driving range. You should notice a difference.
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