By SwingFix.com staff
How many times have you hit a putt and immediately known it was off line?
Few things in golf are as frustrating as spending time reading a green and lining up your putt, only to immediately yank or push it right off the putter face.
In this SwingFix video tip, Brian Mogg, Director of Instruction at the Waldorf Astoria Golf Academy in Orlando, shows you how to use a yardstick to practice starting your putts on line.
Mogg suggests actually putting on the yardstick because you get immediate feedback if the ball goes off line. As he says, it's a lot harder than it looks!