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Choosing a grip for putting is not to be taken lightly without any thought. Don't under-estimate its importance. So what is your grip, and have you thought about why you grip your putter this way?
Switching putters is a habit that can harm your putting since it gets you to focus on the wrong thing. Where golfers make the classic mistake is to associate a make of putter with the ability to putt.
Putting Reality is not always what you see when you putt. The notion of 'Seeing is Believing' can sometimes lead you astray. You may believe something you have seen, but your eyes can deceive you.
A Putting Error that is common and easy to spot in others is also a difficult habit to curb. Why this is so, can be anyone's guess. However, here is my take on why it is so prevalent among amateurs.
Wrist Rotation ruins many a putt. As soon as you rotate your wrists, even a small amount, you change the alignment of your putterface. It is easy to do if you start your takeaway with your hands.
Your Putting Dwell Time adds to the total time you take over a putt. The more you peer at the ball and the target before actually putting, the less likely you are to make a good stroke.