"Find something within one to two feet on your putting line (for example, a discoloration) and putt over that. Separate aim and distance. Before you hit, look at the spot, then at the hole, then at the spot."
"Your feet should be at least shoulders-width apart with your knees out. Bend from your hips and relax your arms. Your head should be over the ball or just inside it."
"Use the left-hand-low method.It's the most natural way to putt. Arnold Palmer and Jack Nicklaus both have said they wished they learned that way."
"Create parallel lines with your body: Your hips and your feet should line up, and your shoulders should line up to the ground. The ball should be an inch in front of center; your putter is in the center."
"Create a triangle with your forearms. Your wrists should never move. You should be fixated on the shot but relaxed. On a scale of 1 to 10, your grip tension should be about a 3."
"The putting stoke is a whole movement. Go 1.4 back and 3.4 through for a smoother roll and feel. Bring the putter back farther for longer shots."