20 April 2011 Last Updated: 08 July 2013

By Gareth Johnston

You can tell when a golfer is thinking too much about a putt when they freeze over the ball. You expect them to start to swing the putter back yet the movement doesn’t come and when it does, the ball rarely drops!

Over-thinking certainly hinders the quality of the stroke. You can eliminate this from happening in your game by adopting this simple putting routine from TG Elite Teaching Pro Gareth Johnston that will keep your movement flowing, preventing negative thoughts from creeping in.


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