There's nothing more frustrating than playing a hole well only to miss a simple two-footer on the green.
These testing little putts are often missed due to anxiety. The golfer looks up too soon after striking the putt to see if it drops in the hole.
The secret to holing out from close range is to keep your eyes down fixed on the ground until you hear the putt drop.
TG Top 12 Teaching Professional Dan Frost demonstrates a little drill you can do to make this technique easier.