. . .GET IT IN THE HOLE
When players get tight over important putts, a common denominator is time. They grind over the process, spending more seconds on their read and setup. This usually produces tension, and tension tends to produce a short, tight backswing. From there, they have to surge into the ball to get it to the hole – which makes distance control really hard. To avoid this, keep your process consistent. That means doing the same stuff on the 18th green as you did on the fourth and the fifth, and so on. Same routine. Same amount of time. If you treat every putt with the same amount of care, you’ll stay loose and give it your best stroke.