Grant Rogers, Director of Instruction at Bandon Dunes
It's an adage as old as the game -- the modern game, at least: "Drive for show, putt for dough." It means a round of golf is won or lost while the putter is in your hands.
The short game is arguably the toughest to master. Especially in a links setting, the short game is paramount. It can feel strange at first to approach a green from fifty-plus yards with a putter.
In a continuing series of short videos, Grant Rogers, Director of Instruction at Bandon Dunes demonstrates techniques associated with links golf. Most importantly, he'll help you become a better golfer.
This video is titled, "Mastering the long putt."
Don't be afraid to putt it from off the green. Read the break. Keep trying. You'll get better.