Golf Tip – More Break

November 4, 2015 Posted by Matt

breakIf you are playing on fast greens that have a good deal of slope to them, be careful of the amount of break you play.  If you do not play enough break, the ball will miss on the low side and continue rolling down the slope a good distance.  This is what often causes three-putt greens.  Play enough break on the high side so that your ball is moving toward the hole as it slows down.  This should help you leave the putt close enough for a short par putt and will save you many strokes by avoiding the dreaded three-putt green.