In Episode 36 of The Putting Couch, the SeeMore Tour Team sits down with Joe Hallett, Director of Instruction of Vanderbilt Legends Club and golf instructor to top LPGA players, to discuss insights on all things putting that Hallett shares based on his extensive work with some of the world’s best players.
Key topics include green reading and Joe’s endorsement of the Aimpoint system for line and speed control. Hallett also shares how the best putters in the world build on simple systems to create a smooth, confident, and consistent stroke that will hold up under pressure.
Hallett, the Director of Instruction at Vanderbilt Legends Club, was the 2018 recipient of the Horton Smith Award, the PGA of America. Presented annually since 1976, the Horton Smith Award recognizes individuals who have developed and enriched education opportunities at the state, sectional and national levels. He was the Tennessee section’s Horton Smith Award winner in 2012 and PGA Teacher of the Year in 2013.
He has a quarter century of experience as a PGA Professional and has worked closely with a number of high-profile players on the LPGA Tour, including Stacy Lewis, who was ranked No. 1 in the world in 2012, Inbee Park and Lizette Salas.
Hallett served as lead instructor at the PGA Center for Learning and Performance in Port St. Lucie, Fla. and was director and chairman of the 2011 PGA Teaching Coaching Summit. He also hosted and produced “The Golf Show” on Sportstalk Radio Network.