This is golf in its most pure and simple form just as it was meant to be played. Have you ever noticed how much fun the little ones have at hitting a golf ball? How many golf lessons do you reckon they've had? How many instructional books or golf magazines have they devoured?
How many golf tips given by 'well-wishers' have they succumbed to? None! That's why they swing so naturally. No outside interference or negative swing thoughts have entered their little minds and yet they know instinctively how to hold the club. Instinct again, tells them how to take the stance and to look at the ball as they swing around and through towards the target.
As you work on your golf putting form it is vital that you address the golf ball correctly. As you stand next to your ball take note of your eye line. Your eyes must be directly over the golf ball. If you are not situated properly over the ball your aim will be off.
There are mainly four brands I recommend and those are Callaway, Spaulding, Wilson and Adams. In a pinch, I'll settle for Mizuno as well. If you're the kind of guy who likes to fit in on the golf course, you should probably go with big names like Callaway.
The golf club set you choose will define your game for the upcoming years so it's really important to make a good choice. If the clubs you are playing doesn't suit you, it's going to be noticeable in your swing. What you should be looking at when choosing golf clubs is the flexibility of the shaft. If you're a beginner, go with a loose and flexible shaft as this is more forgiving. If you're an advanced player you should get something with less flexibility as it gives you grater control of your swing. But if you're at that level in your golf game, I don't need to tell you that.
A breaking putt has to do with the force with witch a golf ball is hit coupled with the contour of the green. A golf ball will begin to 'break' as its momentum lessens. A golf ball with little momentum will break from its straight trajectory and begin to follow the dips and valleys of the green. A golf ball with a lot of momentum behind it is not as affected by the contour of the green as a golf ball with little momentum.