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There are many aspects to the game of golf that are really difficult in which to become proficient. But for most of us good enough is, well, good enough. If your shots can be in the general direction of the flag, that’s pretty good. Until, of course, it comes to putting. To be a consistent 2 putter is really hard because there are so many variables, and you need to be fairly accurate in speed and direction to get into the gimme circle of friendship.
Now compound this with a double breaking putt and things can get very dicey. I once heard Gary Player say that you play for the last break, and that’s what I did, until Mike Dero showed me the correct way to play a double breaking putt.