After gaining his Canadian PGA status in the spring of 2004, Craig moved from the Silverwood Golf Course in Saskatoon to Williams Lake Golf and Tennis Club in Williams Lake, British Columbia where he was nominated for BCGA Junior Promoter of the Year. Craig joined the Warman Golf Club in 2006 and has spent the last five seasons as the Assistant Professional. In 2010, Craig took on the role as CJGA Saskatchewan Tournament Director and acted as the team captain for the 2010 Canadian National Championship Saskatchewan Junior Boys team. In 2009, Craig represented Saskatchewan at the CPGA Assistant Championship in Quebec City. Craig received his Business Administration Certificate through the University of Saskatchewan and is now the GM/Head Professional of the Legends Golf Club. To contact Craig, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 306.931.8814.
Getting a feel for how hard to strike a putt means more than just waving the putter head around just before addressing the ball. Next time, try looking at the hole while making those practice strokes feeling how your body is reacting rather than feeling the weight of the putter. Take notice how much your shoulders are rocking back and forth, the pace of the practice stroke and the amount of pressure in your hands. Try to emulate that exact motion and feeling on your next putt.