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My name's Casey Wire, PGA professional. I'm going to give you some tips on the putting stroke. First, what we're going to need is a golf club, and a golf ball. First, what we're going to look at is the setup, and first what we want to do is get that ball right underneath the eyes. And, if we do that, the putter's going to sit fairly straight up and down. You don't want to have a lot of lean one way or another with this club shaft, and that's important, because as we go back and forth, we want the butt end of the putter to always look back at us, kind of like this. Okay, so as I put the club on the ground, that butt end of the club is always going to be looking back at my bellybutton, that's very important to have a pendulum-like stroke. So, that's tip number one. Tip number two is going to be having the same - actually, tip number two and three here are both kind of similar. You want to have in the stroke itself the same length back and through, with the exact same pace, and that's going to give you the best chance for good distance control. So, as we go back, I can use my feet as a guideline here, so if I go back to my pinky toe, I want to go through to my pinky toe. So, it's the same length back and through, at the same pace. One, two. No pausing there. One, two. And, that's going to give you the best chance to make some putts. Club's sitting straight up and down, same length back, and through. My name's Casey Wire, and those are some tips for your putting.