Watch your Putt go by the Hole to Help Make The Come Back Putt Senior Putting Tip (Video)
Watch your Putt go by the Hole to Help Make The Come Back Putt Senior Putting Tip (Video)

Okay so why you should you watch your putt go past the hole, why should you watch it? They are very, very simple you can just imagine you’ve got a putt left to right say for example and if you are over that putt and you are over it and you just swing the putter back and you didn’t bother looking, then as the putt went past the hole let’s say it broke from the left to the right or right to the left, all of a sudden you’ve not given yourself the best opportunity to actually see or take in that information because you couldn’t be bothered to look at it or you kept your head down. So when that ball goes past the hole watch it, watch which way it breaks.

If it broke to the left hand side you know that the putt’s coming back, it’s going to break to the right hand side. So when you are on these putts and you see that ball going past look at the direction. If every putt was flat it’d be simple but the truth of the matter is it’s very, very rare you get a straight putt. So when you are over that putt and you play the shot, you hit it, watch the putt, watch it go, don’t get yourself psyched up -- watch, watch that ball move and as soon it gets to that hole how much did it move, did it go left, did it go right. If it went left, it means it’s going to go right coming back and vice versa. And look at the pace did it go past fast, if it went past fast it’s now a slower putt coming back. Look at what that ball just going past the hole, take the information in and you are going to give yourself the best chance to get that putt back in to the hole return. You owe it to yourself, look at what happens, take your time, go to the ball and then positive stroke. That’s what you must do, never ever putt and take your eye away, look at what happens beyond the hole and that will improve your putting.
2014-04-02

Okay so why you should you watch your putt go past the hole, why should you watch it? They are very, very simple you can just imagine you’ve got a putt left to right say for example and if you are over that putt and you are over it and you just swing the putter back and you didn’t bother looking, then as the putt went past the hole let’s say it broke from the left to the right or right to the left, all of a sudden you’ve not given yourself the best opportunity to actually see or take in that information because you couldn’t be bothered to look at it or you kept your head down. So when that ball goes past the hole watch it, watch which way it breaks.

If it broke to the left hand side you know that the putt’s coming back, it’s going to break to the right hand side. So when you are on these putts and you see that ball going past look at the direction. If every putt was flat it’d be simple but the truth of the matter is it’s very, very rare you get a straight putt. So when you are over that putt and you play the shot, you hit it, watch the putt, watch it go, don’t get yourself psyched up -- watch, watch that ball move and as soon it gets to that hole how much did it move, did it go left, did it go right. If it went left, it means it’s going to go right coming back and vice versa. And look at the pace did it go past fast, if it went past fast it’s now a slower putt coming back. Look at what that ball just going past the hole, take the information in and you are going to give yourself the best chance to get that putt back in to the hole return. You owe it to yourself, look at what happens, take your time, go to the ball and then positive stroke. That’s what you must do, never ever putt and take your eye away, look at what happens beyond the hole and that will improve your putting.