Are you having difficulty with your putting or it is not at the the level you wish it to be? It is time to develop a more systematic approach. There are two elements involved in putting, direction and distance. In this post I will be discussing proper aim.
Putter companies like SeeMore Putters have gained success with their Rifle Scope Technology which is a system to help the golfer know that they have aimed correctly.
If you don't have a SeeMore Putter you can improve your aim by using the name on the golf balls as a part of your aiming system. Once you have determined the line on which you want your putt to start, point the name on the ball along that line. Next, double check your line by looking at the putt from 6-8 feet behind the golf balls, if the name is pointed along your intended line you are ready for the next step.
Next, make sure the face of the putter is perpendicular to the name on the ball. Now that the name on the ball and the putter face form a "T" you have aimed correctly. With practice you will be able to quickly and correctly start your putts on their intended line.
In the next post I will discuss the distance control portion of your Putting System.
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