I used to three putt about four or five times a round. Since working with Glenn on my putting I have got this down to about one three putt every two rounds. The last two comp games I have played I did not have any three putts which is unbelievable for me.
I love all of Glenn's training aids and the green is awesome also. Glenn has really helped me improve my putting with simple drills over the past year.
Daki Falcon - Number 1 ranked PGA Trainee in NSW
The Sydney Putting Studio is based at the Ridge Golf Course and Driving Range in Barden Ridge in Sydney. Only a 45 minute drive from Sydney's central business district
The Ridge has Sydney's biggest and best surfaced practice putting green, which allows you to work on technical drills as well as practice sloping or extra long putts.
The indoor analysis using video and computer assessment program allows Glenn to see what you are actually doing when you putt as opposed to what you think you are doing, which sometimes can be as far from East is from the West.
"Often the club golfer gets someone to have a look at their putting with their eyes, only now that I have access to the technology do I appreciate just how important it is for the player to have simple training drills that they do regularly"
Said Glenn in a recent Australian Golf publication.
Glenn Whittle is the Director and personally conducts all the putter fits and Putting sessions to ensure the quality is guaranteed. Here are a few photos of Glenn in action at the Sydney Putting Studio
How long does the average session go for?
How do I book a session?
Phone the Ridge Pro shop on 9541 4960 to make a booking
What do I need to bring?
Just you and your current putter
How many sessions will I need?
Many clients have only a few sessions with Glenn, but a number also prefer to purchase a Sydney Putting Studio "5 x 1/2 hour lesson package"
How much do the sessions cost?
Please refer to the instruction page of our website where we keep the different lesson prices and packages updated
What can I expect?
Glenn will conduct an interview, followed by a putter and putting assessment on the green so he can see what you do in the real world, this includes videoing your stroke and testing how quickly the ball rolls off your putter face.Then you will do an technical test indoors which will print out a report so Glenn can see what you are doing in detail (He often will not show you the report as he likes to keep things very simple for his players) Glenn normally shows you a training exercise that he will encourage you to practice between sessions.