Would you put me in a straight jacket if I told you every putt is a straight putt?
Seriously though every putt is a straight putt even the one that breaks five feet.
Theoretically your target should always be the hole or the end destination.
Really your target should be the spot where the putt deviates from the straight line.
One of the advantages of looking at your putts this way is that it moves the target closer to you, which in turn makes it easier for you to line up too.
Watch today’s golf prescription and I’ll demonstrate how to make every putt a straight putt.
Your Prescription to a Better Game