to learn new methods
absolutely agree... some of the methods are not easily found when they span back over the last 7 years in the forums... but doing a search helps...
Below are a few that I looked into, researched and compared to one another... the links may or may not still work... it has been awhile since I looked at them...
Sometimes it is a matter of matching your preferred putting speed with the method that works for you... if you like to hit your putts firm or more drop dead weight... everything effects the line.. it is why some work sometimes and not others... not to mention some greens seem to have their own nuances... and even each of these methods has likely been revised over time... I highly doubt they all use the exact same method now without being refined or improved upon.
To my knowledge all of these are FREE, buying a new putter will cost you credits.
Here is how I looked at it... if any one of these methods helps you drop 1 or 2 more putts over 9 or 18 holes you will be winning more... eventually you may even tweak one of them to suit your personal style … ding or off ding putting ...
A few putting links: Tekoma - JC Sneed - StoneCold - Nivlac - Young46 - AgentBrown123 - Naturali - 11BC2 appears to be removed) - Gold's (old one April 2012 I hadn't seen but haven't tested) -
JC Sneed (appears to be wayback archive) appeared to be modified or utilized by Young46, Naturali and 11BC2... Took me the better part of a year to stumble across and work with the list above, which is why I started saving the links... so despite it's simplicity... it reflects a lot of time invested collecting those links and working with the methods... and it is still a learning process... but they can help you make more putts!