If you're ever played links golf you've probably experienced the difficulty of your ball oscillating on the green as you try to address the putt. Making a smooth putting stroke in strong winds is difficult, but there is one little tip that can make it easier, simply widen your stance. Spread the feet to shoulder width, or just beyond, apart. A wider base will give you a more stable lower body and help keep you keep the putter low and steady to the ground in blustery conditions. Remember not to ground your putter behind the ball until you are ready to address the putt, if you do and the ball moves you'll incur a penalty shot.