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 the cup being higher than the front offers in effect, more target than normal.

The steep angle plus the resistance of gravity allows the ball to be stroked very boldly yet drop.

Therein lies the rule for putting uphill, stroke firmly and make sure the ball reaches the hole. Seldom will it go too far past.

What do you think?  Not bad huh?