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I like to keep things simple when I’m putting. My only focus during the stroke is keeping the back of my left wrist as flat as possible. This keeps the putter head swinging along the target line and the face square to your target. It’s a lot easier to start the ball on line and putt consistently with a stroke that keeps the face square to your target and on a straight path rather than a technique with a curved path and face rotation. I also recommend amateurs use a forward press to start their stroke because it’s a great way to go from static and tense to dynamic and relaxed.
Hold the finish Try holding your follow-through to build a smooth rhythm, encourage a straight path and check that your putter face is square to the target when you’ve finished.