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Alignment Aids: Circles, Dots, Lines and Still You Miss the Putt

Alignment Aids have taken on a new life with the popularity of mallet putters. With the larger putter head, designers have more space behind the putterface to experiment with different shapes.

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Shoulders: Should You Rotate Them or Rock Them in Your Putting Stroke?

Your shoulders guide your putter. Their ball and socket construction allows you to move them in different ways. The question is whether you should rotate them or rotate them in your putting stroke?

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Body Height: Down Low, Up Tall in Your Putting Setup?

What Body Height should you adopt in putting? Which is preferable - a crouched position or a more upright one? Perhaps it doesn't matter, or maybe somewhere in between is the answer.

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Breaking Putts: What Changes Should You Make in Your Putting Setup?

Breaking Putts, either left to right or right to left, are more common than straight uphill or downhill putts. The question is whether you should treat each of these putts slightly differently?

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Putting Cross-Over: A Skill You Must Learn if You Want to Putt Better

A Putting Cross-Over occurs when you move from thinking about a putt to when you putt without thought. The separation highlights that you can think, and you can putt, but you can't think and putt.

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Why Your Left Shoulder Can Help You to Putt Straighter

Your left shoulder plays an important part in determining the direction your ball takes on contact with your putter. The objective on every putt is to strike the ball with a square putterface.

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