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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.
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.
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.
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?