For golf you have a club called a putter. The putter main use is on the green using a short stroke to roll the golf ball into the hole.
It is easy to make putting more complicated than it has to be. As you spend more and more time working on your putting on the practice green, you may be tempted to keep adding different techniques into the equation. Resist that temptation and keep it simple. Learning how to improve your putting stroke is all about focusing on a few key fundamentals and then working on them over and over again until they become as natural as possible. The putting stroke may not be as complex as the full swing, but it certainly is crucial to your success. Decide which putter is best for you then the style of stroke you are going to use and then dedicate yourself to spending the practice time on the practice green necessary to become a great putter.
When it comes to putting there are no shortcuts that will lead you to better putting results. If you want to play and putt better, you need to practice your putting, and that is certainly true for all parts of your short game. Work on each of the articles on this page and you should find improvement in your putting.