Changing Putter Won’t help with Putting Yips

It is common for golfers to change their putters regularly, when they find themselves to struggle with their putting. Usually, they see some improvements in the first 2 weeks. But soon after that, they get used to this new putter and their old habits show up again. Why does this happen? It’s because by having…

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Can’t Control My Putting Yips

The yips are not uncontrollable, although they certainly feel that way. Most of the golfers who are affected by the yips, feel like they don’t have control, because their mind and body together are guided by fear. If we fear, then we are not in complete control. If we fear, then we are not completely…

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You can’t Cure the Putting Yips

Bullshit. Of course you can cure the putting yips! I have witnessed many who has, permanently. Most golfers with the yips don’t unfortunately. Yips is like a phobia, an extreme fear of missing the putt. Phobias can be cured, there have been many documented evidence of that. Yips can be cured too. What has to…

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Rule to follow to cure the yips

Here’s a rules to follow to cure yourself of the putting yips. Don’t ever worry whether the ball goes in the hole or not. It really doesn’t matter. Instead, put all your focus into whether you started the ball on the target line the way you wanted to, and if you did, do something to…

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Only Cure For the Putting Yips

It doesn’t matter what kind of therapy or method you choose to use for fixing your yips, to be successful, the method must follow the following set of guidelines. 1.    Work directly to change the association of fear, frustration, disappointment, nervousness and anxiety with putting and your putter. Instead of these “negative” feelings, instead, install…

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Putting tip from the fringe

Here’s a putting tip that is going to help you putter better from the fringe of the putting green. First, check for any surface irregularities which may affect the natural roll of the ball. Conditions usually permit a normal low to the ground putting stroke, but when you find a thick spot along your route,…

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The Putting Yips as a Phobia

Let me give you an analogy so you may understand thoroughly how the putting yips caused and developed, and relate the idea to a phobia. Let’s say, you fell from your tree house when you were 7 years old, and you broke your arm. Breaking your arm is kind of painful, so it was what…

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Putting Tip for Putting downhill

Downhill putts are probably one of the hardest kinds of putts you can face. Not only is it fast, but also breaks a lot more than even putts or uphill putts. Most 3 putt greens from above the hole occur through a fear, rather than an actuality, of the ball going too far past the…

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Putting advice for putting uphill

Here’s a piece of putting advice for putting uphill. (and it’s from Jack Nicklaus, so you know it’s good!) Leaving the ball short on an uphill putt constitutes one of golf’s cardinal sins. (A point, incidentally on which I am far from guiltless.) This is the easiest of all putts to make. The back of…

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Putting tip for those short putts

We love short putts. We hate short putts. Don’t you sometimes also have a love/hate relationship with short putts? Let’s consult Jack Nicklaus who will give us a short putting tip on how to sink more short putts. Easing up on the stroke is the most frequently committed error on short putts. The resulting dismay…

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