Disc golf putting tips
Want to lower your score in disc golf? Becoming a better putter is one of the most important things to improve if want a better score in disc golf. In this article, we will give you some tips and hopefully help you become better at putting.
There are mainly two different putting styles, spin putts and push putts.
Some disc golfers also use a combination of the two. You can read more about this in our article on spin putts vs push putts.
As with everything else, you need to practice to become better at something. Start out by trying different putting styles and figuring out which one works the best for you. After you found a putting style that works for you, practice that until you become consistent in your putting game.
There are a lot of different grips to use when putting in disc golf, so make sure you find a grip that feels comfortable right for you. When you found your grip, make sure to also make some checkpoints, like where your fingers are placed. This makes it easier to be consistent in your putting.
Build putting a routine
A good routine is important when it comes to putting. For this part, we just want to show you this great video by Avery Jenkins. There are some really great tips in this video.
Finding the right putter
Your putting disc is probably the most important disc you’ll have. But finding the right putter might not be that easy, since there are so many different putters to choose from on the disc golf market now. Below are 3 different disc golf putters that are excellent for putting.
– Innova aviar are the best selling putter out there, the one in the link are in KC pro plastic.
Flight ratings: Speed: 2, Glide: 3, Turn: 0, Fade: 0
– Discraft Luna, this is the putter that the 5x World Champion Paul Mcbeth uses for his putting.
Flight Ratings: Speed 3, Glide 3, Turn 0, Fade 3
Flight ratings: Speed: 2, Glide: 4, Turn: 0, Fade: 0.5
We also have a disc golf forum here at Discgolfhelp.com. Here is a link that will take you to the disc golf forum