- A successful putt is when a putt is MADE and not necessarily HOLED. When a putt is made, it starts on your intended line. It can help us prepare for our putt and respond to the result when we know we MADE our putt vs judging each putt on whether we HOLED it.
- Have a routine on each putt and commit to each part of your routine before hitting the ball. For example, part of your routine should be to read the green. Once you select the line, commit to it prior to starting your stroke.
- How you respond to your putts/shots is just as important as the preparation and the swing. You control the narrative so focus on positive when possible and replace the negative with a plan or a post shot practice swing.
"If you executed your putting routine that way, you will definitely feel that you made your putt. Then only two things can happen - either the ball will go in the hole, or it won't. If it does, enjoy your success. If it doesn't, learn from it." - Dr. Parent