Guide to putting the ball (Putting)
This is the final step to put the ball into the hole, ending a hole. This is a simpler technique than playing with other strokes because by this time the golf ball is already near the hole.
Before putting the ball, you must always turn behind the ball to see what your putter will look like. Turn your face to the right of the pit and look back toward the ball. When putting the ball down from above you will see the ball path you hit more clearly. And when putting the ball from the bottom up you carefully observe the area around the rolling ball. It will give you a complete and thorough view of the putts on an inclined surface.
Factors for good putting: place the ball on the horizontal line from the edge of the left foot, the rear of the putter is straight against the ground. Slowly bring the club back and put it straight behind the ball, then you put the club gently and lift up so the ball can roll evenly and slowly. Keep the tip of the stick the ground as it runs across the outer edge of the left leg. You should keep your balance and gently hit the ball when in the putting position and roll the ball into the hole.
To learn the most effective golf, you should study with a golf teacher, then they will edit and analyze for you points that have not been let you advance faster while playing golf to shorten the time to practice and adjust long term fix.
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