Why do caged birds sing?

I think they sing because they have to do something to mark their time … but we digress … 

Following is a putting drill often called “The Cage”:

Get in the cage!It’s Difficulty is considerate moderate and it only requires one player (but more are always an option).

It involves at least 3 successive putts (per player) at a distance of at least 12 feet.

First, be advised to check the speed of the practice putting green in order to match up to an appropriate backswing.

Set up a ‘cage’ with some blocks (…Books will work). Aim to putt inside the cage without hitting it. Vary the size of the cage.

Your goal is to putt 8 out of 10 balls successfully into the area.

Score 1 point for each ball in the cage, but only the closest balls to the cage “wall” wins points! Play up to five points (or vary per your preferences).

This drill enhances your putting skills by combining accuracy with putting speed.

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