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Mid round putting woes

post #1 of 3
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Hi ya'll!

Strange issue I encounter on the course. I'll be rolling along the first few holes on the greens without any issues. Lagging, reading break, etc. Then out of nowhere, I'll lose my frames of reference and feel for the green. I'll leave 20 ft putts 5 ft short. Are there any tips and/or drills out there to help me get it back on the fly once I lose it? Any advice would be great as I hate to give away strokes on the green! Thank you!
post #2 of 3

Not sure there's anything you can do mid-round. You really can't practice out there. The only thing i can say is, when you start coming up short, start reading your putts, but look past the hole. I do this sometimes when i putt. If i have a fast down hill putt, i wont look at the hole before i stroke, i will look 3 feet short. Its like when chipping you want to look were you want the ball to land.

post #3 of 3

Sounds like its more of an issue of losing your mental focus.

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