One Simple Change To Hole More Putts

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One Simple Change To Hole More Putts

January 07, 2010

I used to get into my putting stance by locking in my left-hand grip first, checking the line, then placing my right hand on the grip. But my right-elbow position wasn't consistent when I did it this way. When I reached to set my right-hand grip, my tendency was to pull my right elbow away from my body. This caused my shoulders to point left of the target, which led to a lot of pulled putts.

I used to get into my putting stance by locking in my left-hand grip first, checking the line, then placing my right hand on the grip. But my right-elbow position wasn't consistent when I did it this way. When I reached to set my right-hand grip, my tendency was to pull my right elbow away from my body. This caused my shoulders to point left of the target, which led to a lot of pulled putts.

When I replace my ball, I always line up the logo on my starting line, with the number pointing in the direction of the break. It's really helpful on putts with subtle movement.

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