He's now working with Pioneer Golf, a company that specializes in helping the traveling golfer.
The importance of the short game in golf is severely underrated. During a normal round of golf there will be at least ten opportunities to get up and down from inside 100 yards. If you are at the PGA TOUR level, the average conversion rate to get up and down (to hit the ball on the green and make a one-putt) is 60% for the top players in the world playing their best. For an amateur to reach their playing potential, they should look for the answer in the short game.
Drill #1: Putt 40, 50, and 60-foot putts until you have made two putts or less from those distances 20 times in a row.
Drill #2: Putt eight-footers with the right hand only until you make three in a row. This will improve your ability to get the ball on line.
Drill #3: Putt with the eyes closed from all distances until ten balls are holed. This will develop speed control and build confidence.
Drill #4: Compete on the putting green with other golfers to simulate pressure. Keep score and remember the best way to become a better putter is to spend time with good putters.