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The term Chip Putting is associated with a technique that is used when you are faced with an extra long putt, or when you find your ball on the fringe of the green and putting is not a good option.
Your Putting Technique will haunt you in your advancing years unless it is based on sound fundamentals. You should therefore act now before it is too late.
A Putting Secret that I have learned from chipping is to position your hands in such a way to minimise any chance of the left wrist hinging.
Pop Putting is a technique where the player gives the ball a short brisk rap instead of using a gentler pendulum-like stroke. It is considered to be more effective for short rather than long putts.
Every year at the US Masters TV viewers can see how a golf ball rolls on pure greens and how the speed of the ball at the hole is critical to the outcome of each putt. Benefit from the free lesson.
Should you always play with a balanced ball in order to putt better? If you believe the claims made by the advocates of ball balancing, then the answer is a definite Yes.