Learn from Missed Putts

By • Mar 11th, 2008 • Category: Tips

Learn from Missed PuttsYou may think that just saying pay more attention to your last putt would be common sense, but most people do not really analyze that last stroke. If you can not be Tiger Woods and sink that 25 footer against the wind, the first thing is to not get frustrated.

From a chip onto the green, pay attention to where the ball breaks and how it rolls towards the hole. This is especially true if you overshot the hole. On the comeback, your ball is likely to react the same way as when it passed by the hole on your missed shot.

Always remember to pay close attention to the green!

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