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The Putter Butt refers to the top of the shaft. During your stroke it should retain the same relationship to your arms, hands and wrists as established in your setup. But where should it point?
Your Aiming Preference in Putting will dictate if you are more comfortable picking out a specific spot on your target line, or prefer to trust your natural instincts to get your ball rolling on line.
Breathing is not something that you have to think about in everyday life. It is an automatic body function. However, in putting it can be controlled consciously to relieve stress.
Downhill Putts are the putts most deserving of your attention. Of all the putts they are the most difficult to accurately judge both the speed and the break. They lead to many three-putts.
Ball Speed plays an important part in shaping the roll of your ball on the putting surface. You can't control the slope or speed of the green, but you can control how hard or soft you hit your ball.
The pendulum stroke is considered by many to be the most reliable way to execute a putt. However, strictly speaking such a stroke is not a true pendulum as there is no fixed pivot to guide your swing.