Face On Putting

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Making pitch shot simple

By: patrice dionne | June 26th, 2014 | 0 comments

This is a very good video that show how to pitch the golf ball from PGA Chip Sullivan.



By: patrice dionne | June 24th, 2014 | 0 comments


Dear Pat (or Patrice?),

My new putter arrived on 12/5 as scheduled. I was delighted by the craftsmanship, the materials and the beauty of it; it is a first class putting instrument. In that regard it can easily hold its own with putters from major manufacturers. In addition, I was born and raised in Durham, NC, so it’s neat to have a custom (boutique?) putter made in Raleigh. I consider it a good omen that the first putt I […] Read More

Why is chipping shot is important in the game of golf

By: patrice dionne | June 23rd, 2014 | 0 comments
Filed Under: Chipping Golf Club

Chipping shot is an important part of the game of golf. The best player in the world reach the green in regulation about 70% of the time. Now you realize that 6 time around you need to chip or play out of the bunker. So take the time to practice the face on chipping shot. It easy to practice and fund to do. Also for the bunker shot we have the HBB 56 degree wedge.

Chipping demo

By: patrice dionne | June 20th, 2014 | 0 comments

Practice using a perfect lie to start with. Start by learning the basic before trying from the bunker.

Golf Fix: New way to use long putter

By: patrice dionne | June 20th, 2014 | 0 comments

Have a look at Michael Breed (from the golf channel) demo with the long putter ” yes it’s the face on putting / side saddle putting”


PGA Show in Orlando

By: patrice dionne | April 3rd, 2014 | 0 comments
Filed Under: PGA Show

Just came back from the PGA show in Orlando. Did see some interesting products and one of them is the putter Wheel www.putterwheel.com. Have a look at their video.

Also was able to finally meet in person Mike Schy a PGA teaching professional in California. Mike has multiple GP putter with him. So if you are in is neighborhood  please give him a call also have a look at Mike website at www.mikeschy.com. Mike believe in the Face-on-Putting method.

FAQ about the Face on Putting

By: patrice dionne | April 1st, 2014 | 0 comments

One question that we get often is why the putter head is not flat on the putting green when you are using the GP putter. The USGA rule requires at least 10 degrees angle between the shaft and the putter head.  So we did comply to the USGA rules see that letter from the USGA on the website.


Why don’t you put a 10 degree angle on the toe of the putter so when the shaft is at vertical […] Read More

What is Face on Chipping ?

By: patrice dionne | March 31st, 2014 | 0 comments

So you have come a long way and now you are ready for more relevant golf techniques that would level up your game. In this sport, there are many kinds of shots which are required for various scenarios, depending on several factors such as distance, among other things.


To name an example, a putt is a type of shot in which your main goal is to get the ball rolling towards the hole on the green. There is also […] Read More

What is Face on Putting ?

By: patrice dionne | March 30th, 2014 | 0 comments

For anyone who has tried to learn how to play golf, getting familiar with the different shots surely takes some getting used to. Depending on a variety of factors, each scenario might call for a different kind of shot which would guarantee your success in a game.


One shot considered as essential by many is called the putt, the objective of which is to roll the ball in order to put it into the hole. For this type […] Read More

Measurement for the Face on GP Putter

By: patrice dionne | March 12th, 2014 | 0 comments

Are golds his for you to succeed so this is the reason we advise you to follow the measurement guidance.

We have found that these measurements work the best for the following heights.

Yes we have left and right handed GP putter

  1. 42 inches long if your height is 4’10” or 4’11” and 147 cm to 151 cm
  2. 43 inches long if your height is 5’0″ or 5’1″ and 152 cm to […] Read More