Missing short putts is usually cured by a simple strategy: aim for the heart of the chains and give it power (hitting those putts with confidence will give you confidence). I find that over-thinking the 'testers' or easy ones is a good way to miss them. Smash it in that basket instead of tossing it and hoping.
Originally Posted by innovamania
Okay so most threads are about tips for being a better putter and making longer putts but I have the opposite problem as of lately. I am completely rebuilding my game trying to emphasize form above all else and it's worked well so far. My problem lies with close up putts though the 10-12 ft. gimmes end up missing high or missing low. Is this just a nerves thing or is their something I can do to help alleviate it. Any advice is appreciated.