About Joe:

Joe is a Callaway teaching professional and one of the best young golf instructors in the country. (No really, Golf Digest named him to their Best Young Teachers in America list for 2017.) He’s currently the Director of Instruction at historic Plainfield Country Club in Edison, N.J. and a Master Instructor at the Jim McLean Golf School at Trump National Doral. He’s also taught instruction at Sebonack Golf Club, Deepdale Golf Club, Westchester Country Club, Old Palm Golf Club and Cape Kidnappers Resort (New Zealand).

About Insta Tips:

Joe provides unique and valuable golf tips in the form of 5-10 second video clips & photos.

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Use the shadow of the flagstick to practice keeping your ball on line. #InstaGolfTips #CallawayGolf

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Practice starting the ball on line with this drill. #CallawayGolf #InstaGolfTips

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Some people putt to a spot on the line.

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Some people see the whole curve of a putt when reading a green.

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Use two pennies behind the ball to help hit the equator and get the ball rolling better.

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Visualize putting into a large area on long putts

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Here’s a classic putting drill. Helps to improve center contact and path which will lead to fewer putts.

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Use a gate to practice starting your ball on line. If you don’t have a gate use tees.

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If you don’t visualize the curve of your line well, try using a line on your ball to help your putting.

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