Although putting is a part of the game that is unique to each and every player, there are three constants involved:

  1. Keep your eyes over the ball
  2. Don’t let you hips sway
  3. Keep your backswing length the same as your follow-through

Better putting can come with making small adjustments to your game. A tip that usually helps if you continue to miss those short puts, is to keep your fingers soft in the address position.

In many cases, if you’re putting badly, it’s because you are gripping the club too hard, which creates tension and anxiety in the stroke.

Learning to to free your mind and simplify your approach can help reduce anxiety and tension in your pre-putt routine, ensuring the ball rolls effortlessly into the cup – every time.