Let’s take a break from the fashion for a while. Sometimes you just have to step back from the ever-changing world of beauty, fashion, cuisine, and real estate. Each week we will add one sports post to our running online content. This week lets talk Golf!
How to master putting under pressure
We’ve known Rob Labritz for many years now and have actually had the pleasure of watching Rob play. Rob wears many hats as a PGA Professional. His rare combination of skills supports his golf life as a PGA Professional, Director of Golf, Performance Coach and Spokesperson for his sponsors. He backs up his passion with hard work and his consistent ability to win tournaments. Rob has played in multiple majors, coaches golfers at all levels with proven and holistic methods, and runs one of the most prestigious clubs in the country. He cares deeply about the game to greatly benefit players, fans, friends, family and his team. He also makes sure to always advise players on the best equipment, including his choices of grips for golf clubs”
Rob is Director of Golf at the GlenArbor Golf Club in Bedford Hills, NY. He competes on Tours all over the world. He is one of the top PGA playing professionals in the U.S. winning a number of titles and accolades, including finishing as the low PGA Professional at the 2010 PGA Championship. His hole-out in the 2013 Professional National Championship was the #1 Top Play on SportsCenter. Sponsors include Titleist, FootJoy, Game Golf, Strategies for Wealth and Isagenix.
We all want to be great putters from 3 – 5 feet
Rob’s 2016 highlight reel includes Met PGA Player of the Year | Second Player in Westchester Open tournament history to win on his home course | PGA Championship Qualifier (5th time) | 5 Wins in the 2016 season.
Let’s get a quick lesson.
In this video, Rob will show you how to master putting under pressure. We all want to be great putters from 3 – 5 feet. Those are the putts that help us win tournaments and matches with our golf pals.
It takes a certain kind of practice.
The Rob Labritz Minute – a single, one-minute video tip from the flagstick to the tee box that will lower your scores. Here’s how you do it:
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