Practice Distance Control for Better Putting
If you are looking for a great putting technique, then you must start to work on your distance control. This one technique or tip can save you many strokes.
You have always heard that expression, "Practice Makes Perfect". This is not true and will cause nothing but problems if you listen to that statement. The correct way to phrase that statement is like this, "Perfect Practice, Makes Perfect", "Practice Just Makes Permanent"
We're back to putting again. We feel that strongly about it. The average golfer could easily make up 10 strokes a ROUND by putting properly. And it is much easier to practice putting then driving or fairway shots in your house or yard! The game of golf should be learned from the green back to the tee. That means putting, chipping, fairway shots, and THEN drives. Remember, most shots in a round are from around the green!!!!
The way to have success on the putting greens is to remember to keep your system and routine as simple as possible. Putting is an entirely personal thing and I think that is the way that it should be. It should be your own style.
Putting is often named a game inside a game, because many of the skills you need to be a good putter are unlike from those needed for the rest of the game. What's more, studies show that putting accounts for 43% of the shots among better players. You'd be in trouble(p) to find a great golf player who wasn't a good putter!