Holing those three-footers
The Ryder Cup star on his keys to holing out
The two main things I concentrate on when facing a nervy little putt is to stay as still as possible over the ball – notice how my head has hardly moved in the picture opposite. I also try to focus hard on my rhythm.
Left then right
I like to take my grip first by placing my left hand on the club and then locking it in place with the right.
Back and through
From there it just a case of rocking the shoulders back and forth and your hands will respond with a smooth stroke. Finally think of the ball just getting in the way rather than trying to hit it.
Oliver Wilson played on the 2008 Ryder Cup side at Valhalla and is a Callaway staffer