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A Lesson Learned: Better putting through a better rhythm (PGA.com)

March 14, 2011

Nick Watney at the WGC-Cadillac (PGA.com)

Good morning!

During the past four days, I had the opportunity to team up with Joe Bosco (JoeBosco) at the World Golf Championships – Cadillac Championship played at the Doral Resort & Spa (Doral, FL) as we ran a JoeBoscoGolf – ZENIO Putting Lab for Cadillac’s Performance Center.  Joe operates Joe Bosco Golf – The Shortest Distance to Lower Scores at The Glen Club Glenview, Illinois.  He and his facility are the first US ZENIO Performance Center in the United States.  Below is a link to the “Lesson Learned” article on PGA.com explaining our experience and the instruction we were providing using ZENIO. 

PGA.com – A Lesson Learned: Better Putting through a better rhythm by Sara Dickson, PGA

Something to remember; we were very fortunate to be at the World Golf Championships – Cadillac Championship helping golfers and golf fans understand and improve their putting.  As the name of the tournament itself reminds us, golf takes place all over the world.  This week, the world’s best golfers were at Doral.  More importantly however, other people live everywhere around the world.  Challenging events and disasters happened during the past week around the globe.  Let’s also take this time to keep mankind across the entire globe in our thoughts and prayers. 

A more specific blog regarding the ZENIO software itself will follow in the next few days.  Readers, what are some of your insights regarding the tournament this week?  What are some of your favorite tools and drills for teaching putting?

Thank you for stopping by.  It’s wonderful to have you here.

Have a great day.

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