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Golf is an outdoor game and windy conditions can play havoc with your putting if you let the wind get the better of you. However, it does not mean you have to putt poorly.
The Putting Game stands in direct contrast to the rest of your shots from tee to green. Nothing that you learn on the driving range is readily transferable to the putting green.
Only fools believe that you can buy a better game of golf. You are truly missing the point if you think that a new putter is the only thing that stands between you and greater success on the green.
One-Handed Putting is a popular drill. But if you had to putt with only one hand, which hand would you choose? This is not a trick question, but one that goes to the heart of your putting stroke.
A Three-Foot Circle around the hole is a bigger target to aim at on long putts than the smaller target of the hole. Beyond 30 feet most would be happy to walk away with two putts. Not everyone agrees.
Putting is not just about stroke mechanics and technique. Your vision and depth perception play a vital role in seeing slopes on the green, aligning your putterface accurately, and judging distance.