When the wrists are too active in your putting stroke, you tend to flick a the ball, which makes it difficult to control the distance of your putts.
This can often be caused by the set-up position. When the hands are too high up on the putter handle, this creates an angle in the left wrist. This encourages the wrists to become involved in the stroke, something we want to avoid at all costs!
So watch this golf video tip from TG Elite Teaching Pro Gareth Johnston, and you’ll improve on the greens, guaranteed!