A Quick Putting Tip

A Quick Putting Tip

I find that when I ask golfers where the ball strikes the club during a putt? The answer tends to be “I hit the ball of the heal, the toe and the middle of the face.”

Bearing this issue in mind…

This is a quick putting tip to help if you are hitting putts off the heel of the putter. Sometimes I find golfers are trying to make their backswing too straight. This action can result in a hooded putter face which can send the putter face off track/aim when putter strikes the ball.

The following is a tip for you to work on your putter swing path:

Practise;

Make the putter swing slightly inside during your backswing so you can hit the ball along the line of the putt towards your target. The point here is to keep the putting function simple but spend a lot of time practising the art of putting.

 

Putting Tip with John Dooley PGAA putter swing path that might be for you

The following is a tip for holding the putter or otherwise know as the grip:

If you are looking for a guide to help you with hitting the ball along the line of your putt. (For right-handed golfer) Place your index finger from your right hand along the right side of the putter grip. This finger position is aimed at giving you a sense of hitting/putting the ball to your target or along the line of the putt.

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