A lot of people who are well into golf, already know that nine times out of ten, the good game comes from the best person who knows how to put because usually, say the Grupo Mayan experts, the win of the game always comes down to a put instead of a hole-in-one.
Most golfers will also tell you that if you miss a put, it can do just as much damage to your score as a 200-yard drive and cost you a lot of strokes in the process.
These following putting tips, say the Grupo Mayan experts, will help you lower your score as well as get you into the habit of practicing on your put as much as you practice on your swing for long drives.
It is always a good idea to familiarize yourself with the greens that you will be playing at most often because each hole and its surrounding areas will have their own uniqueness and learning where each shot should go prior to trying to achieve your par is the best strategy.
When you are ready to start reading the lines of your put, it is a good idea to keep some things in mind such as the position of the sun because that usually is what will help you determine the speed and break of your putt. The reason the sun becomes involved is because the grass is constantly growing, it never stops, and grass also always grows into the direction of the sun. If the sun is to the west as the ball gets closer to the hole, then it will veer off to the west. If the sun is behind you then the grass will be pointing towards you and this means you will be putting against the grain of the grass and that will slow your ball down, whereas, say the Grupo Mayan experts, if you are putting with the grain, it speeds the ball up.
Some less serious golfers usually start their put out by positioning their feet first to the ball and then putting the club head behind the ball for the shot, say the Grupo Mayan experts. The best method is to square the head of the club behind the ball first and then do the stance so that you can be properly squared with the hole.
Hopefully, say the Grupo Mayan experts, these tips will help improve your par and get a better read on your game play so you can improve each time you go out to the greens.