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Aiming Method Y: Aim Better by Picking an Aimpoint to Side of Hole

Aiming Method Y is a technique for breaking putts where you pick an aimpoint to the side of the hole. The idea is to imagine a number of golf balls even with the hole, and then aim for one of them.

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Eye Deception: If You Can't Aim, You Can't Putt Successfully

Eye deception is a frequent problem in putting. Where you think you are aimed is not where you are actually aimed. If you want to putt better, you have to send your ball off in the right direction.

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Right Hand: Master, Servant, or Equal Partner in the Putting Stroke?

What part does the right hand play in putting? For right-handers it is normally the dominant hand. It does most of the work in everyday tasks. However, in putting should it have a controlling role?

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Left Wrist: Letting It Take The Hit in Your Putting Stroke

Your Left Wrist plays a key role not only in your putting, but in your whole golf game. I was reminded by a remark on the importance of letting it take the hit in your putting stroke.

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Putting Path: How You See a Task will influence the Success You Get

Visualising a putting path instead of a line makes good sense as a path is thought of as being wider than a line. In your mind the task of rolling your ball along a broad path will simplify your putt.

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Better Putting: Can You Improve on the Green without Regular Practice?

Better Putting is what you should aspire to. Part of the fun of golf is learning how to score better. However, you won’t get the most enjoyment out of your game unless you are willing to practise.

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