Putting drills with a putting mat
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I don't think there's much you can do as far as drills go. I would do something like this:
Sink 50 3 footers, 40 6 footers, then 30 9 footers. On another day do the same but with 4 and 7 footers. Another day hit sink 50 putts from random distances. Add some video every now and then to check your set up and stroke.
Repetitive 3 footers sounds mindless, but I think it will help you to ingrain your stroke and give you confidence on the course.
Also, looking at the product, I really like that it doesn't have a ramp. Most putting mats do, and that turns me off because I think it encourages you to run the ball too far past the hole.
I have a longer BirdieBall mat and for me the most important thing is to make sure I am going through my entire routine. One thing that helped is I put it close to a window in my basement and I can see my reflection in it. I'd rather have a mirror but it works well enough. I check my posture and and then work on setting up for a consistent stroke. I don't always try to make putts. Sometimes I work on distance control by trying to leave putts a foot short or past. But I have 18' to work with so a little easier to get creative. Another fun tip is if you have an unfinished basement or use it in the garage chances are the surface isn't level. Depending on where I move it I get different breaks.
Yes I got this one specifically because it does not have a ramp, I feel like the ramp gives it more of an unrealistic feel. This means it doesn't have an automatic ball return but I don't really care much about that.
And thanks for the advice guys I can wait to try it out