Golf instruction with Steve Scott: Putting uphill

Steve Scott
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If you want to shoot scores that give you a thrill, here’s a great idea: always putt uphill.

In this week’s episode of “Golf Instruction with Steve Scott,” learn how to put yourself in the best position to make more putts.

Scott, the PGA head golf professional at the Outpost Club, founder of the Silver Club Golfing Society and a PGA Tour Live analyst, has taken his thorough knowledge of the game and broken it down into digestible lessons from which anyone can benefit in Golfweek‘s series, “Golf Instruction with Steve Scott.”

Check out these step-by-step instructions and tips in the video above and share your before and after videos and photos with us on Twitter with #GolfweekInstruction.

Click here to watch previous episodes of “Golf Instruction with Steve Scott” including Gator-clamp putting, iron play and flop shots.

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