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Stand at one edge of a green and hit a short putt toward the fringe on the other side of the green. Hit the next putt so that the ball goes past the first putt by as short a distance as possible. Do the same with each subsequent putt, seeing how many balls you can place between the first ball and the fringe. If you come up short of the previous ball or go off the green, you're out. You can play alone or against somebody, and you can play in reverse, from the edge back toward yourself.
Patti McGowan teaches at Lake Nona Golf & Country Club in Orlando.