Grip in the palm to improve putter face control. Just one advantage of gripping the putter in the palm vs the fingers.Any flexion or extension of the wrist angles results in far less, if any, face rotation.
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Create the correct putter path and face control with stable wrist and elbow joints. Forget about where the putter is travelling and simply control the putter through rotation at the spine - i.e. upper body.
Performance games are hugely important for golfers to be able to test performance and monitor improvements over time. The Jason Day Game (based on his PGA Tour stats from 2018) is a simple game that can be recorded and add pressure to your putting. Try today and monitor your own
Learn to control speed by producing a consistent tempo on the greens.
No matter the distance of putt on the golf course, our tempo should be consistent, with distance being controlled by length of stroke. Use a metronome to help produce a consistent tempo when putting.
Why you might be better over reading putts vs under reading. Understand why, certainly on longer putts, you're better off missing hitting putts on the high side of your read.
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When your on the golf course, remember every putt gives you speed and line options. Choose the appropriate line depending on the speed you desire to hit the putt. Make sure you have made a clear and precise decision on the line and speed to give yourself the best chance
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