When putting from short range, pace is just as important as line.
If you hit the putt too timidly, the ball is given the chance to be affected by spike marks or any other imperfections on the green, especially late in the day when a lot of traffic has passed through. Hit short putts too hard and an entry into the left or right side of the hole could cause the ball to lip out.
As TG Elite Teaching Pro Adrian Bishop explains in this golf video tip, there is an optimum pace on the ball you need to create to give you the best chance of holing putts from short distance. Become a demon putter from 4-feet after watching this exclusive video tip.