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May 2022

Episode 48 - The Putting Couch - Mental Coach Dr. Bob Winters Talks "PRE"herseal Stroke, Practice and Execution

Podcast_logo_final_nwdCLICK HERE to Listen to Episode 48.  This week’s Putting Couch with Dr. Bob Winters covers a few things about the ins and outs of putting preparation, practice, and execution, that we can all take away from the best players in the world. Learn from Dr. Bob what it is that makes some players so good with the flat stick, and how these tips can help you too!

Dr. Winters is one of the world’s foremost experts on performance improvement and in this episode he shares insights on how players of all levels can improve their putting through understanding the role that great confidence, great attitude, and great training and preparation play.  It only seems that putting is about 90% mental and 90% physical!  Dr. Bob will have you understanding so much about your own putting game that you will feel that he is talking right to you! To find out more information about Dr. Bob Winters. Click HERE.

The Putting Couch podcast is the first ever podcast solely dedicated to all things putting.  For past episodes - click HERE.

SeeMore Mini Giant Deep Flange Putter Review (@GolfMonthly @MikeBaileyGolf)

Gm-logo-hiGolf Monthly contributor, Mike Bailey, puts one of SeeMore's most popular putters, the Mini Giant Deep Flange, to the test. READ HERE.


If you like the mass and stability of a mallet and the shape of a blade putter, then the SeeMore Mini Giant Deep Flange might be the right tool for you.

Especially if you love the SeeMore "Hide the Red Dot" Riflescope alignment system. But more on that in a moment.

The Mini Giant series has been SeeMore's best seller in recent years. Derived from SeeMore's original Giant FGP -- which was modeled after the large MacGregor Response ZT 615 that Jack Nicklaus famously used to win the 1986 Masters -- the Mini Giant putter is a scaled-down version that has better feel and isn't quite so bulky. We tested the Deep Flange model, which means the area behind the face is quite large (1.75 inches), much like a mallet. Yet, this putter, which has been SeeMore's best seller over the past year, is certainly the shape of a blade, which makes it a great compromise for anyone who likes the stability of a mallet with the look and feel of a blade.

Click HERE to continue with REVIEW.



(Images by Mike Bailey)