Golf Australia - - IN MY OPINION -

MY READ Don’t over­think the me­chan­ics of the stroke. The most im­por­tant thing is to start look­ing at the speed and line of the putt. I’ll stalk it from all an­gles, find the mid­point where the putt breaks and look for a ball mark or a spe­cific piece of grass at the mid­point, which I ei­ther want to roll the ball over, next to or around. When I’m con­fi­dent on my line, I’ll take my ad­dress and vi­su­alise the arc I want to see. I’ll let that image oc­cupy my mind un­til my mind goes blank. Only then will I feel com­fort­able over the ball and in my prepa­ra­tion.

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