Building Your Putter Comfort Consider This by Chris

Build your disc golf putter comfort

Quick Disc Golf Tip: Always keep your putter within arm’s reach.  Most disc golfers agree that being comfortable and familiar with your putter is essential for optimal putting performance.  If you haven’t built up your putter comfort it’s difficult to know your putter well in order to be consistent.

Spending time with your putter is simply the best way to build your putter comfort.

On the course is optimal, but we don’t always have time and that’s alright.  Keep your putter within reach when you’re not on the course so you can pick it up throughout the day and hold it for a few moments.  The repetition with your standard putting grip builds muscle memory and familiarity which translates to higher degree of putter comfort and confidence.

Where are some good places keep your putter at hand?

  • Your work desk near your keyboard
  • The passenger seat of your car
  • The couch when you’re watching television
  • Not near the toilet

Once you’re done sharing this quick tip on Facebook and Twitter, pick up your putter and get comfortable!


3 thoughts on “Building Your Putter Comfort

  • January 29, 2016 at 10:29 am

    This is a good tip. I leave a putter in the living room to practice putts around the house. I imagine many folks have a practice basket at home, so they’ll already be far beyond this, but for a beginner it makes sense. Plus, you -really- have to control those shots if you don’t want to hit lamps, pets, etc!

    • January 29, 2016 at 4:08 pm

      Thanks for reading! And yes, take care while practicing in the house, I just got done patching a disc hole in my wall.

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