Putt With Your Right Eye |
by Milton Jacobs
In putting, I have found that if you concentrate on having your right eye on the ball at address, with your head turned slightly to the left, you increase your peripheral vision and are better able to see (with your left eye) 2 or 3 feet of the line you have picked out to putt on.
You are less inclined to raise or move your head during the stroke.
This is especially good on shorter putts, but also works on longer ones.