Hitting good putts comes down to picking the correct line and having proper speed. Many believe of those two components that speed is most important, especially when it comes to avoiding three-putts.
One reason many average golfers struggle with their speed on longer putts is they fail to hit the ball consistently in the center of the putter face.
Take Faxon's advice to heart and you'll enjoy better speed on the greens, which will result immediately in shots being shaved from your scores.
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