I'm not asking for miracle putting methods. I know it's lack of knowledge through inexperience. But it's damn annoying. Nothing at all like golf IRL, that's never annoying is it???
Been working on my putting for some time now and I am nearly there regarding the distance and snap. Following YankeeJim's advice of using at least one putting meter above the one I need has really helped the snap. ( 10' putt use the 30 meter - 20' use the 60 or even 90)
The problem now is it has shown that I can't read the putts for toffee :-((( I am finding that one mistake is breeding others. It's the steeper putts that I tend to underborrow, then when I miss those I am tending to overborrow the straighter ones
Thing is as I play Links so much and the putting is much easier for me, I get frustrated and of course this makes things worse. Now as we all know real golf is nothing like that. You line up. hit the putt, in it rolls. Yes!!! ;-)
What I am finding difficult is reading the speed of the dots and relating that to the amount of break, as again it's something I am not used to. But that's my fault not the game's fault, it's just different
Damn!!! This is a difficult game - But innit great :-)))
P.S. to WGT. Can't wait to see the driving range and putting green, or whatever you plan to facilitate practice as I tend to learn much quicker if I can repeat the shot, hence liking the mulligan opportunity in Links