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Buzelli Putter Giveaway Winner Announcement

First, thanks to our awesome sponsor Buzelli Golf for sponsoring this giveaway. If you didn’t win this time, you can still head over to Buzelligolf.com to get your very own STA-1 Putter. And be sure to follow them on Facebook and Twitter for updates on their newest products!

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Onto the winner. We had over 225 entries across e-mail, Facebook and Twitter. Here are a few of our favorite tips:

Practice hitting balls at 3, 5, 8, 10 feet. You have to make all 3 balls to move onto the next step. When you move up and fail to knock in all 3 on the next level you go back to the beginning, frustrating but helps with tempo, speed and reading the greens properly”  Joe Giguere

Find your expected line on your putt. Track backwards from the hole to a spot 6 inches in front of your ball. Putt through that spot. This has always helped me stay on my expected line.” Chris O’Day

Soft grip and keep eyes on the ball..smooth stroke..roll it and hole it!!” John Pinola Jr

“Be confident!!” Shawn Martinez

Commit to your line.” Chad Peace

“Guide the ball, don’t hit the ball” Josh Van Dyken 

“Confidence. That’s really the best tip you can ever give anyone. Know your stroke, trust your line, step up and sink that 5 or 6 footer for par!” Austin Miller 

“At address, press your hands forward slightly. Helps to put over spin on the ball for a smoother roll.” William Fox 

“Before your round, practice putting with only one ball. You’ll focus on making each putt more so than if you had 3 or 4 balls to try each putt!” Ed Murr 

Even though we received a ton of great entries, there can only be one winner of the Buzelli (selected by a random number generator)… And this time, it’s Chad La Fleur! We’ll be in touch shortly with instructions on how to claim your prize.

Thanks to everyone who participated! Be on the lookout for our next giveaway very soon.

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