Bruce Howard
"Putting Guru"

Bruce Howard’s genius as a Putting Coach does not lie in his knowledge or ability to teach the mechanics of putting,
his genius is in teaching that position and technique, are really only a preliminary and rather minor part of elite putting.
He shows the real key, the most important part of putting is what goes on in the Golfer’s mind.
Thinking, psychology, mental discipline – is what really produces world class putters.
The real key to progress is the training of the mind, which in turn controls the physical performance.

Anyone that adopts the principles and techniques shared by Bruce Howard cannot help but achieve a tremendous improvement.

Elite and Professional Golfers

If you are serious about improving your putting - lowering your scores and making more money

Then you need to get serious and contact me for serious results.




January 2010

August 2009

PuttingZone Canada Sponsors Ontario PGA Elite Championship

July 2009

PuttingZone Canada Certifies 5 new coaches

July 2009

PuttingZone Canada Sponsors Golden HorseShoe Event

June 2009

PuttingZone Canada Sponsors Great Lakes Tour Match Play Championship

August 2008

Amy Yang Wins Scandinavian Open by Six Shots
2nd win and 7th top-5 in 12 starts for 2008

VASTERAS, SWEDEN -- Amy, who only turned 19 two weeks ago, has won the Scandinavian TPC hosted by Annika Sorenstam on the Ladies European Tour (LET), firing rounds of 71-69-63 to finish six shots clear of the field.

Amy had 2 sessions with PuttingZone's Bruce Howard in July 2007 and has a putts-per-hole stat of 1.64.

Over the three rounds of the Scandanavian TPC, Amy averaged 26.5 putts per round and only 1.47 putts per hole.

In 2008, Amy has notched eight top-10 finishes (seven are top-5 finishes) in 12 starts and has won twice (German Ladies Masters and Scandanavian TPC).

In the final round at the Frosaker Golf Club, Amy started four strokes back but fired a stellar 63, having birdied seven of 10 holes from the third to move atop the leaderboard and stayed there, finishing with birdies on the last three holes.

Amy tied the course record (63) set earlier in the day by Minea Blomqvist of Finland, who shared second. This was Amy's second win as a pro, following the Ladies German Open in early June. Amy also won the ANZ Ladies Masters as a 16-year-old high school student in 2006, becoming the first amateur to win a major women's professional golf tournament in Australia.

4th July 2008:

01/06/2008: Student
(2006 ANZ Ladies Masters Champion)



and credits her putting performance

LET LeaderBoard

2008 ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort in Australia. Student
Nikki Garrett

Nikki Garrett and Amy Yang at top of field in the ANZ Ladies Masters at Royal Pines Resort in Australia. Garrett, who won back-to-back titles last year, opened with a 67 with only 29 putts to lead the field by one. Amy Yang, despite an unfortunate 8 on one hole, completed the round with a 69 using only 26 putts to finish two back for the day. Amy Yang won the ANZ Ladies Masters in 2006.


26th Sep 2007

Bruce Howard from the has praised the facilities at Terrey Hills, "the putting greens are in excellent condition and are an ideal size and slope variation for teaching the method".

A recent student, (19 hcp), after one, 2 hour session, went from 45 putts to 34 putts in club competition last Saturday, and included 2 birdies.


23th Sep 2007 Student
(2006 ANZ Ladies Masters Champion)

Gold Coast based, South Korean teenage sensation Amy Yang, has qualified for the final qualifying for the 2008 LPGA season.


6/9/2007 announces the acquisition of the latest
Mitchell Golf TourGAUGE Putter Machine

26/8/2007 Student
(Forbes NSW) student, 16 year old Forbes teenager Ben Webb had a great weekend winning the Peak Hill Open by 15 shots from his nearest rival. Over the 54 Holes Ben carded a 3 under 67 for the first 18 and 1 under for the last 9.
Ben has been working for the past year with Putting Guru Bruce Howard but for the past 2 months committed to a regular fortnightly session.
Webb said prior to working with his putting average was above 32 and thanks to Bruce Howard he now regularly has 30 putts or less per round.
Ben started playing at the age of 10 and now in his fifth year in the Jack Newton Foundation has amassed a total of 14 major age wins. Most recently was his win at the Muswellbrook Junior Masters with rounds of 74-71.
Ben's two career bests are; unofficial course record 65 at Forbes with 25 putts and a 67 in the Parkes Monthly Medal in May 2007. (One short of equaling the course record.)
Ben's resume is very impressive and working with, Ben is ensuring that future results are assured with every tournament he is entering.











18/8/2007 Student
(2006 ANZ Ladies Masters Champion)
S4C Wales Ladies Championship of Europe 16th Aug - 19th Aug 2007
Gold Coast based, South Korean teenage sensation Amy Yang, threatened to challenge the course record of 11-under-par -- set by England's Kirsty Taylor in 2005. The 18-year-old, who is also the Ladies European Tour's youngest member, fired five birdies on the back nine, which she played first, and then another four on the front nine, for joint second place after two rounds.
After an unsatisfactiory putting performance in the US Ladies Open, Amy decided to have two sessions with NSW based Putting Guru Bruce Howard, before returning to play the Evian, Scandinavian and Wales Championships.
9 birdies - 24 putts

15/5/2007 Student
Nikki Garrett
wins 2nd straight Ladies European Tour event shooting an equalling course record and a personal best of 7 under in the process.
1 eagle and 5 birdies - 27 putts

AUSTRALIAN Nikki Garrett is golf's hottest new property after posting back-to-back wins on the Ladies European Tour. The 23-year-old Garrett, who secured her maiden professional win in Tenerife in the Canary Islands last week, followed up with a strong victory in the Ladies Spanish Open in Castellon yesterday. She fired a controlled two-under-par 70 in the final round to beat England's Rebecca Hudson by a shot. Garrett was one stroke behind with three holes to play but kept her head while Hudson found the water with a nervous tee-shot on the short 16th. "I never thought I'd win one tournament, let alone two in a row. I'm absolutely delighted," she said.

Ladies European Tour Press Release

Garrett took three putting lessons with NSW based [PuttingZone Coach] Bruce Howard, known as "The Putting Guru" before she came to Europe and she added: 'I've taken a few positive things out of that. My concentration goes up about 99 percent when I'm on the golf course." "Seven under was a personal best for me. I hit my driver well and putted really well. I've never shot seven-under before so I'm pretty stoked about that," said Garrett.

"I'm feeling confident with my putter at the moment and that's the main difference between this year and last year."

Ladies European Tour Web Page