Golf Tip – Good Putter

November 11, 2015 Posted by Matt

good putterYou must keep your legs still to be a good putter.  If you stand to the side and watch a group of golfers putt on the putting green, take note of their legs.  Most higher handicap players will move their legs during the putting stroke.  This causes the putter fact to open and close and send the ball off line from the start.  One way to help instill the feeling of quiet legs is to lean a club against the outside of the thigh of your front leg.  When you stroke the putt, the club should not move or fall.  To become a good putter, practice this way to make sure your legs are still, and you will make many more putts drop into the hole.