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Make the hole… smaller? That’s exactly how this training aid plans to help you make more putts
If you practice putting on a hole half the size of the ones on the course, you’re bound to hold yourself to a higher standard for meaningful putts. That’s the thinking of Short Game Gains founder Hannah Gregg, who shows us how to use the Cup Reducer.
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The ability to narrow down your focus on a smaller target is something you will hear the best golfers in the world constantly talk about. With the help from the Short Game Gains putting cup reducer you can decrease the size of the hole two different levels. You can also put graphics on the actual cup to further narrow down your focus on a specific part of the actual hole. Putting to a smaller target in practice will also make the regular cup look bigger during the round which can increase your confidence and help you put a better stroke on your putts!