10 Rules For a Good Putt [Infographic]
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We’d all benefit from getting better at putting. After all, nobody likes three putting. Here are 10 things you need to keep in mind for a good putt.
- Focus on the greens: Make sure you understand the speed of your putt based off of the various factors of the greens, such as slope.
- Aim: Find the front-to-back positioning that offers you the best aim.
- Stance: Find a stance that works best for you personally and keep it consistent at all times.
- Don’t be a copycat: For your aim and stance, don’t just copy what you think the pros are doing- the right stance and positioning is different for each individual.
- Roll for it: Instead of hitting the ball, focus on rolling it. This will give you better control over your distance.
- Confidence: If you dread each putt you have to make, it will show in your performance. Come at each stroke ready to conquer.
- Evaluate: If you do miss a putt, take a moment to think about what went wrong instead of getting angry with yourself.
- Practice your short putt: Get yourself comfortable and confident.
- Practice your lag putt: A good lag putt will set you up to finish up with a good short putt.
- Don’t stop practicing: Challenge yourself. Practice in the dark. Constantly fine-tune your process.
If you’re ready to get some hands-on experience improving your putt while working towards a golf degree, Keiser Univeristy College of Golf and Sport Management is the place to be.