Many pro golfers insist that putting is the most important part of your golf game. It’s not how much you practice but how your practice that affects your game. Finding a pro and taking a lesson can go a long way to improving your stroke. Here are some interesting tips for beginners or even pros. Since putting skills account for 50% of your game, so, let’s focus on putting.Putting Lessons First practice putting exercises by incorporating putting drills in order to improve your golfing skills. Putting drills will help you focus you on routines that become second nature and ingrained as a skill set.‘Drive for show putt for dough’ as the popular adage implies. The prime focus when you have your line figured out and not to move your head while you putt. When standing over your putt with your eye on the ball and visualize the path to the hole. Visualize – don’t think speed, think distance.Some pros even teach putting with your eyes closed to get a consistency feeling to your stroke. A simple drill of hitting a number of 10-foot putts with your eyes closed. That will help develop your feel and get your mind off the mechanics of the stroke.
Don’t lift your head to see where it wants to go and what line it’s on. Concentrate on the spot where the ball was after impact rather than following the ball with your eyes. When you’re not looking and pulling your body up you’ll make more putts. After you hear the ball rattle around in the cup, then you can lift your head.
Practice Your Aproach Address
A minor yet important part of golfing instruction is your stance. Spend a little time during your practice session making sure you have a good, well-balanced putting stance. Don’t just go out there and start putting, but take time to positions yourself.The simplest putting method is maintaining a straight back when your hands hang and swing directly under your shoulders.If your hands are outside your shoulders (that is, farther from your body), it will take on a different stance resulting in an inside-square-inside stroke. Your stance should normally be the narrowest of any shot that you play usually no wider than your hips.
Get A Grip
Always check your grip. It’s important that the consistency of your shot depend on the same grip each and every time. Like the address position, this is an important part of putting that often gets overlooked and cause inconsistent results.Your club works similar to a pendulum motion. Your arms should be relaxed and your grip light. A smooth one-piece action should be your stroke. Keeping your wrists stiff, your arms move backwards creating your shoulders to work like a pendulum. Dropping your left shoulder gets the motion started.Be sure that when you are closing your fingers you don’t force the club into some angle of lie, of loft, other than its designed one. Try using a very light version of your normal grip.How to break 80. Your putting practice routine should focus more on short shots than on long ones since percentage wise, that can affect your score the greatest. Master the short putts and apply those control skills to the long putts. Carpet Putting Sam Snead said, “I figure practice puts brains in your muscles,” and so by practicing your putting gives you a consistent and repeatable putting stroke. – a world record of 82 PGA tournaments was won by Sam Snead and about 70 others around the globe.