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Aiming Method X is a useful technique for finding the aimpoint for a breaking putt that you have a 50% or better chance of holing. For the average golfer this could be for putts within the six foot.
Sloping greens are necessary to maintain the health of the grass as they allow the water to drain away. Each green has its own personality, and it is up to you to be able to read its characteristics.
Putterface Alignment is the bugbear of every golfer. It is not easy from a side-on position. Golfers know it and have resorted to using a line on their ball to align more accurately to their target.
Unconscious Putting is the title of a book by Dave Stockton. The focus of this book is getting the ball into the hole without worrying about the fundamentals of your stroke.
Putter Loft is one of the five variables in putter fitting, the others being length, lie angle, moment of inertia, and swingweight. The suggested standard for loft is between two and four degrees.
Slow Greens are not to everyone's liking. Yet fast greens can often result in more three putts a round. You can't avoid them if you want to play regularly, so knuckle down and putt.