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To learn speed control, use the outline of an old hole, not a real cup, as your target, so you'll focus more on the pace than on holing the putt. Put a tee in the turf one putter length past the old hole, and put two other tees a foot apart—like goalposts—18 inches beyond the old hole. Hit putts from varying distances with the goal of making each putt stop between the old hole and the back tee and as close to the goalposts as possible.