How to Tee-Off without getting Teed-Off
If you want to hole more putts -- more consistently -- then you need to create a physical pre-shot routine that will add...
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....to the way you setup to each putt.
And when you create your physical pre-shot routine it's very important that it takes the same amount of time to complete each time you putt.
Because studies have proven that the best putters in the world take almost the same amount of time before and over each and every putt.
Now even if you create a great physical pre-shot routine that has good order, sequence, routine and rhythm to it....you could still putt terribly. The reason for this could be lack of a mental pre-shot routine.
So you need to create a mental pre-shot routine to go along with your physical pre-shot routine. And the main part you need to focus on when creating a mental pre-shot routine for putting are the questions you ask yourself before each putt.
You see, before every putt you need to ask the appropriate questions so you can make a firm decision as to the line and pace your ball needs to travel on so it will go in the hole.
Always remember, if you ask intelligent questions you'll get intelligent answers. And when you become a student of mine I tell you the exact questions you need to ask before a putt to give yourself the most chance of holing it.
Also, another important aspect of your routine is that you walk up to each putt with absolute confidence. Even if you don't feel confident you simply must act as if. It's a strange thing but if you move your body confidently it will produce a mindset that will help you to hole more putts.
So to sum this up, you need to create a physical routine that consistently gets you into the same great putting setup position putt after putt. And your physical routine should take pretty much the same amount of time every time you do it.
Then you need to create a mental pre-shot routine that gives you certainty for every putt about the line and pace you need to stroke each putt for the ball to go in the hole. And when you're performing your physical and mental pre-shot routines you must remember to move your body with confidence at all times.