Make a higher percentage of 8-10 foot putts. Last year missing these hurt my scores. I know I should be happy with two putting most greens, but with putts in that range for birdie or par and missing them, really bugs me.
I definitely want to make more putts from 6-12 feet. My other goal is continuing to improve speed control from longer range. Nothing bugs me more than three putting, and though its not often, I want that stress gone from my golf game.
for me, when i went to the Scotty
Newport 1.5, my putts got better. Don't know if it was just the fact that the feel was just better than my mallet or what. I mean, i have always been a good putter, but i just seem to make more with this one..
Fewer 3-putts. Last year I really struggled with my short putts. Part of it was because I was experimenting with different putters and part of it was me just not rolling the ball very well.
Putting used to be the strength of my game but I dont practice it anymore. I intend to spend a fair amount of time this winter working on it and getting back to being the putter that I used to be.
I think I just need to keep the ball rolling, pun intended. Putting was the strongest part of my game last year and I want to continue to keep the level high but give myself more opportunities to use the putter to score, and not just scramble.
I want to sink more putts in the 5-10 foot range. I know missing a lot of these bumped scores much higher than they needed to be. I’m spending a lot of time on my PuttOut green and trainer this winter with my new putter. I want to be able to control distance 99% of the time within that range.
Putt better LOL. I want to have a sub 30 putt round. I usually average around 33-34. I'm reshafting a number of my putters with Stability Shafts and some others with UST Frequency shafts. I'm not sure either is a magic pill but I need something to get the juices flowing and buckle down more on making good strokes.