There is a wide variation of putting techniques used among golfers of all levels. These days both experts and average golfers disagree on which putter path is the most advantageous path for hitting consistent, accurate putts. The disagreement is over whether the curve or path should be straight back and through or on an inclined (arced) plane.
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As with any golf club, a putter has a sweet spot. It’s an area in the center of the club where the ball will feel its best when hit from there. Hitting the ball in the center of the putter face is extremely important, as the ball will come off the putter the same straight way every time. This makes it a lot easier to judge the distance and consistently make accurate putts. By hitting the ball off-center of the putting face, it becomes impossible to judge how the ball will react and the distance it will travel.
Putting is the most important part of golf and players are constantly searching for effective practice drills and methods to improve their stroke. To ensure success on the putting green one must be able to aim the ball where one intends and then putt the ball along that line. Most players seldom achieve consistently accurate aim and thus find it difficult to know whether their stroke is correct or not. Below are a few reliable putting drills and methods that are used to assist in these areas.
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