Even the second-, third-, and fourth-place finishers know that one putt could be worth a lot of dough. The good news: we don’t have that pressure. But if scoring is in our future, then it’s time we focus on sinking that putt with good posture.
There are three key components to a putt: posture, aim, and speed. Get these right, and you’ll be one-putting.
AVOID THESE POOR POSTURES:Avoid posture that promotes flying elbows. Tension is sure to creep into this posture.
INSTEAD MIRROR THESE:Eyes positioned just inside the ball and target line.