Lucy Locket
By Lucy Locket

Play golf enough and it's only a matter of time before you hear the saying "drive for show, putt for dough."

We all know putting is crucial to scoring and in this video Justin Rose explains how your can putt for dough by putting with dough, as he explains his interesting putting drill.


Justin believes a putting routine is crucial. Whether its a par putt on the 18th, a birdie putt on the 1st or just a putt on the practice green before you head out, having and sticking to a routine can really help your game. In this drill, it is important you follow your routine, whatever it might be, on each putt.

Coin Drill

The complete Justin's drill, simply toss a coin to an area on the green. From there, read the putt as you would on the course, go through your routine and attempt to hit the coin. Do this several times, varying where and how far you throw the coin each time.

Holes May Appear Larger

The great thing about this drill is that it really focuses your eye and putts. When you head out on the course you will find that the holes seem larger than normal because you've been used to aiming to a smaller target. This will help you feel more confident over the ball.