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Putting Tempo is the total time your putting stroke takes from start to finish. Different golfers have different tempos, but the tempo of most golfers is generally too quick.
Judging distance is a task that is accomplished largely by sight. However, most of us are not very good at it. While vision is important, it is not the only source of information.
Emotional Putting is an unhelpful habit whereby we label our putts. As soon as you start to label your putts as anything more than just another putt, you start to put pressure on yourself.
The Putting Equation is made up of two parts A and B. A is the mechanical side of the equation, and B is the part to do with judgement and feel. One part is more robotic, the other is more touch.
Putting Fatigue - does such a condition exist? Fatigue itself is caused by physical and mental exertion without enough time to rest and recover. Can fatigue really affect your putting?
Laughter is a human emotion than we don't use enough in golf. We get mad at ourselves when we miss a short putt or duff an iron when the best remedy is to laugh at our mistakes.