In the recent 2011 US Masters, Lee Westwood hit virtually every single green in regulation but struggled with the putter from close in – had he been on any sort of putting form he would have almost certainly won the tournament.
Here’s how to make those short putts count:
At address, I am looking for my forearms to be parallel to each other, aiming towards the target.
Next up is making sure my eyeline is directly above the ball
The Putter Face should be pointing directly at my intended target.
I am now looking for the Putter Face to stay on line and the stroke to remain on my intended target line throughout.
Any deviation away from this will result in missed putts left and right.