Golf Tip – Breaking Putts

December 3, 2015 Posted by Matt

breaking puttsPlan your entry point on breaking putts.  If you have a putt that will move left or right toward the hole, you need to visualize an entry point for the ball to drop into the cup.  The middle of the hole is not a good choice for breaking putts, as you will tend to miss on the low side.  Determine your line to the hole and concentrate on the part of the hole where it will have the best chance of going in.  You may select seven o’clock or nine o’clock as your target entry point.  This will narrow your focus and help you to better determine the amount of break in your putt.