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The Putting Decision you must make on every putt is crucial to the outcome. Get it wrong and you could be looking at a three-putt green. Make the right choice and the worst you can do is two-putt.
Your right elbow may be more important in putting than you think. It can anchor your backstroke in much the same way as affixing the butt of your putter against your body.
Is the width of stance in putting immaterial? If you were asked for your opinion on how to set up your feet what would be your recommendation?
Arched wrists position the putter shaft so that it is better aligned with your forearms. This helps to remove unwanted wrist action in the form of hinging up and down from your putting stroke.
Your left elbow forms part of the putting triangle that is recommended for the putting stroke. However, within this framework you have a degree of choice as how to manage its position.
Solid Contact with the ball is a critical component in distance control on the green. Without it you are going to three-putt too many times for your liking.