putting can be broken down into three simple segments, mechanics, distance control, and green reading. This section will be dedicated to the basics and mechanics of putting.
1.Grip: palms face each other and both thumbs down center of shaft
2. Aim: set putter blade square to target at address
3. Stance: feet, knees, and hips, shoulders all parallel to target line
4. Posture: narrow stance, arms hang below shoulders, eyes over ball
The stroke is a pendulum motion involving a one piece swinging of your hands, arms, club shaft, and club head. The body should stay as quite as possible.
If you want to become a good putter you must dedicate time to practice. Develop a practice routine that encompasses working on mechanics, short & long putts and green reading. Dedicate as much time to putting practice as you would full swing practice and your game will improve much faster. NOTE: Only after a golfer has sufficiently learned the putting basics can they begin to work on distance control and green reading.