Finish your session by attempting the toughest putt you can find on the green—and I mean tough. Look for a double- or even triple-breaker stretching from one end of the green to the other. And putt it six times using three balls.
Hone your ability to start the ball on line as often as you can. When I practice I have my son Eddie stand behind me on an extension of my chosen starting line. From this down-target view he can easily discern the movement of the putter the angle of the face and whether or not the ball starts on line.
This putting game is all about adding pressure to your warm-up which amplifies your focus banishes butterflies and gives you an edge on the competition. And it’s a lot of fun! I’m talking 100 percent upside. There’s no drawback to Drawback.