So often when putting, we make what we believe to be a good stroke, only to look up and see the ball bobble on its way to the cup, thus causing it to pull up short of the hole.
Bobbles on the green are often caused by forces out of our own control, such as spike marks or divots in the green. However, as instructor Gareth Johnston demonstrates, there are ways of ensuring a truer roll on the golf ball.
Placing two pieces of blu tack a ball’s width apart of the sweet spot in the centre of the putter face will help you produce more putts out of the middle of the club. By doing this, you can guarantee that not only will you roll more putts online, but also that your ball will be less likely to bobble.