#91 Web TV: Improve Your Putting With This Simple Tip

How to improve your putting with this one simple tip.

Guess what! Another putting drill on how to improve your putting.

Putting is about 43% of your score so, you have to spend time on it.

I see a lot of people go to have a putt, but when they go to do their stroke, and you will be able to see it from this angle (refer to video) they will get set for the ball, but when they hit they end up hitting on the heel of their putter or they might hit on the toe of the putter.

The average golfer doesn’t hit a lot in the centre of the putter so we need to make sure that we are hitting in the centre of the putter.

How do we do that?

Nice and easy, we are just going to go back and through. But, what I want you to see is that when you are standing over the ball and when you are bringing your putter through, you are actually seeing the ball hit the middle of the putter face.

Really, really important.

If you can’t see it, you don’t know whether you are hitting the middle of the putter face or not.

This is what you need to do to improve your putting and ensure you are hitting the centre of the putter face

  • Set-up,
  • Stand over the ball,
  • Take putter back and through and look to see if the ball is hitting the middle of the putter face.

I see a number of people out on the golf course playing, they miss a lot of their putts, purely because they are not actually hitting the centre of the putting face. They are lining up, getting the line right and everything else right and then they go to hit the ball and hit it on either the heel of the toe of the putter. Very rarely the centre.

If you want to know how to improve your putting with this simple tip, ensure you are hitting the centre of the putting face.

That’s what you have to do. That is the plan for this week.

Please leave a comment. I would love to hear how you went this tip on how to improve your putting.

If you are much more aware that you are hitting the centre of the putting face, I would love to get some feedback from you.

Looking forward to hearing your progress.

To your golfing success,

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Tiffany Mika

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Tiffany Mika is incredibly passionate about golf and shares with you her knowledge about the game. She shows how you can have an exciting a life when you learn to play golf as you can travel the world playing exotic destinations and meeting lots of fantastic people who all share the same passion for golf.

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4 Responses to #91 Web TV: Improve Your Putting With This Simple Tip

  1. Karen December 16, 2015 at 7:11 am #

    Love your tips Tiff, you always explain it so simply, and make it look so easy. I am improving. Thank you and Happy Christmas !

    • Tiffany Mika December 21, 2015 at 11:08 am #

      Hi Karen

      That’s fantastic Karen. Thank you for the lovely feedback. Glad to hear you are improving.

      Enjoy your Christmas and have a wonderful time with your family.

      Tiff 😉

  2. Cathy January 11, 2016 at 9:23 am #

    Putting is the weakest part of my game (I’m relatively new to the game.) I have enjoyed watching your videos and have been practicing the tips. I notice that I appear to be more accurate putting with only my right hand, but have read in several places that one will be hindered when putting one-handed in the wind. Do you agree?

    • Tiffany Mika January 19, 2016 at 1:18 pm #

      Hi Cathy

      Apologies for taking some time to get back to you.

      When you start off in the game, putting will always be your weakest part. Even though it is the simplest stroke, you have a small ball to get into a small hole on a huge green. So it will come down to accuracy and speed. That will develop over time the more you continue to work on it.

      One handed putting is good for drill work so you can understand the positions and the role of each hand. However I wouldn’t recommend putting with one hand, nor doing it in the wind. It will be unstable. The more stability you have the better your putts will be.

      If your other hand is weaker then it’s time to work on strengthening that hand and arm. I’ll make sure I do a video on that in the future.

      Keep striving and keep practicing.

      Tiff 🙂

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