Uphill putts are relatively easy to master. Once you learn how hard to hit the ball to cause it to travel the required distance you have the main skill needed to perform successful uphill putts. The golf ball is not likely to break on an uphill putt if you put enough power into your stroke.
Another eating trick is to bring healthy snacks with you and snack throughout your round. I know I've won matches just because I was snacking and my peers were not. If you're blood sugar gets low your round will suffer big time.
I like to bring protein bars and a bag of nuts - this really helps to keep me fueled throughout the round. If you're riding in a cart, it's easy to stuff your snacks in the front compartment so you'll remember to snack often.
To get the most enjoyment out of your game you need to de-clutter your mind. Hit that recycle button and get rid of all the trash that's been accumulating over the years. Stop reading up on all those little nuggets of information that promises you to swing like a pro.
Anyway, there is one inarguable fact that you need to know and trust about improving your basic golf swing. The fact is that you need to swing your golf club on or very close to the original swing plane if you want to really improve the way you hit the golf ball.
If you really want to improve your body mechanics try golf putting with your eyes closed! This may sound ridiculous, but it causes you to become aware of every tiny movement that your body makes during a shot. This new perspective has helped many golfers.
If you know someone who is an experienced golf player you should use that and ask them for advice. You can also ask a salesman as long as you remember that they are just that, salesmen! Another tip if you're looking to save some money is to get second hand clubs instead of new ones. This will also give you better clubs for your money.