If you do not have a putting routine, I suggest that your next trip to the practice area is the time to start to develop one. A putting routine is likely the most important golf process that any player can develop. The best players in the world definitely spend a great deal of time reinforcing their putting prowess and as I watch Tiger Woods, a pre-shot routine can be simple and easily repeatable. It is interesting to listen to Tiger Woods talk through his putting process as one of the greatest players of all time shares his secrets.
I really like the way Tiger methodically works around his entire putt. During stroke play competitions, I use a process very similar. I try to identify as many putting factors as possible, but I am a confident that I do not have the same level of minutia as Woods. He is not one of the greatest of all time because he brushes over putting factors like amateurs.
Tiger Woods is a master on the putting green. I have watched him make crazy putts over the years as if they were routine. I am confident he has put in the time to be this proficient on the greens because that is what it takes to be a great putter. His routine above is something to be emulated by amateurs in one form or another.
***On a side note, why is the Texas Valero Open the most important non-Major professional golf event?
***Will Tiger play in the Masters?
I am a grateful golfer! See you on the links!