As you may know, putting accounts for at least 40 percent of your shots in an average round of golf. So step off the driving range and onto the putting green, where PutterZone.com is ready to help you drain those crucial putts.
Here how we’ve got you covered in the coming year:
Putter and Product Reviews
From the hottest new putters to cutting-edge training aids, PutterZone.com’s In Review series will continue to keep you informed about the latest gear in the world of putting. We don’t just offer our opinion, we tell you the full story behind the product so that you can make up your own mind.
Where else can you get the inside scoop from the top instructors and equipment companies in the world of putting? PutterZone.com’s Insider Interviews are your ticket to the people behind the putters and what they are doing to raise your game.
Education and Empowerment
Our Putter Jargon Workshop series demystifies the technical jargon that surrounds putters and putting, with the goal of helping you make informed decisions regarding putter purchasing, putter fitting and putting mechanics.
Exclusive Instructional Tips
Drill Bits (formerly Drill It & Kill It) is our ongoing series of simple drills and tips that will raise your game. Todd Sones, Marius Filmalter, Pat O’Brien and Geoff Mangum are among the acclaimed instructors who shared exclusive putting tips with PutterZone.com readers in 2007.
Golfland Warehouse Reports
While PutterZone.com rarely strays from the green, we take a monthly detour to the fringe with golf retailer Nick Taylor, whose Golfland Warehouse Reports give you the scoop on the latest trends in golf products and technology.
P.S. Thanks to the tens of thousands of visitors who helped make PutterZone.com’s inaugural year a success. Thanks, also, to the putter companies and golf trade professionals who continue to help PutterZone.com pursue its mission of providing a game-raising resource for the average golfer. And special thanks to USAToday.com’s golf page for furthing this mission by publishing frequent links to PutterZone.com stories under “Other Voices from The Web.