Putting is 40% of your score. It is crucial that you become a proficient putter to be a good golfer. Nothing is more frustrating than hitting two great shots into a par 4 hole and then walking away from the green with a 5 because of a 3-putt.
Every golfer has a chance to become an excellent putter. It does not take extraordinary physical skill, strength or coordination. You should try to become a great putter. Improving my putting is always a goal of mine. Good putting skills allow you to make birdies when you hit greens in regulation and save par when you miss greens.
To become a great putter you just need to master a few basic fundamentals. Although there are many different styles of putting, most great putters have a basic fundamentals in common. If you are already a great putter, then continue to keep doing what you are doing. But if you could use some help, try to incorporate some of these skills into your game.
The putting stroke can be a very individualistic process for each person but within that there are certain fundamentals that all great putters have. Proper fundamentals will allow for the easiest possible way to achieve the correct feel and touch.
Putting indoors is one of the best ways to get touch and feel. You can simply do this by doing putting drills. Try these putting drills using the CardioGolf Slope.