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How To Read Long Putts
by Harry E. Fontaine Sr

I have seen a big improvement in my long putting by applying a concept I remembered from playing chess in college.

"Never make a move until you know what your opponent's options are in responding."

Thus, while lining up a putt and sighting it while at address, I divide the distance into 2- to 4-foot sections and ask myself, "How will the ball roll or respond when I strike it just that far, then how will it respond after the next 2 to 4 feet, and so on until it reaches the hole?

I think it's an effective way to deal with both the line and distance on long putts, but it also can be helpful on the shorter, breaking ones.

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