If you want to enjoy the time you are on the green, then learn to know what you are supposed to be doing. There is nothing worse than addressing the ball and then having stage-fright.
Follow these simple steps:
Buy a copy of “The Fundamentals of Putting” and spend an hour or so looking at the sketches and follow along with the text. – it is very easy to follow and easier than most cooking instructions in a new recipe.
Find an expert in putting instruction – a Frankly Certified Putting Instructor (CPI) — to help you along with what you have read in the book.
Once you know the basics, you are then prepared to go it alone with confidence.
Lastly, don’t let the little voices interrupt your putting stroke. Once you have made your decisions about line and break — your intuition will control the distance like throwing a ball – then address the ball with confidence and ‘Let It Happen’ without any doubt.
What about putting one handed? there are a lot of one handed drills so why not putt one handed. Several years ago I won a summer league putting one handed.