Brad Faxon was once putting on a practice green, and it appeared he was hitting putts without thinking. Asked what he was doing, he said he was practicing not caring. Letting it go, that is.
Putting’s a mystery. Simple as that. And as complicated.
“Putt to the picture,” Woods’ first coach, his late father Earl, always advised him. “Visualize the ball rolling into the hole and then step up and make it happen.”
Dave Stockton, putting guru, says that Woods should putt like a kid again.