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Putting Routine

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I putt every day in the morning and at night, sometimes during the day, about 3-5 times a week.  I have one of those indoor putting machines with a ball return.  I was wondering what practice could I do to be a more consistent putter.  My current routine: The coin drill 20 times, 3, 6, 9 drill 2 times.


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