Activities Sports & Athletics Putting Tips: Learn How to Make More Putts on the Green Golf instructional articles, videos and resources about putting Share PINTEREST Email Print A golfer receives putting tips from a teaching professional. vm/E+/Getty Images Sports & Athletics Golf Basics History Gear Golf Courses Famous Golfers Golf Tournaments Baseball Basketball Bicycling Billiards Bodybuilding Bowling Boxing Car Racing Cheerleading Cricket Extreme Sports Football Gymnastics Ice Hockey Martial Arts Professional Wrestling Skateboarding Skating Paintball Soccer Swimming & Diving Table Tennis Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Other Activities Learn More By Brent Kelley Brent Kelley is an award-winning sports journalist and golf expert with over 30 years in print and online journalism. our editorial process Brent Kelley Updated May 24, 2019 Raise your hand if you want to make more putts. OK, that's one ... two ... three ... everyone. Every golfer - even the best putters on the planet - wishes they made more putts. That's where putting tips come in. Below you'll find putting tips geared to both beginners and more experienced golfers. Instructional articles and videos whose aim is to help you make more putts, either through developing the basics or by suggesting practice drills that can help. Here's one putting tip that is more important than all the rest: Simply spend more time practicing your putting. You'd be surprised how many golfers skip the putting green at the practice facility. Putting Fundamentals and Basics These features focus on the fundamentals of putting such as the stance and grip and ways to develop a solid stroke. Marty Fleckman's basic putting technique Video: Putting basics How to develop a good putting stroke Video: Add rhythm to improve putting stroke Quick tips for reading greens Putting Drills These are practice drills that you can use to build a better stroke, to work on speed and distance control or to improve your feel on the green. Distance control putting drills Lag putting drill teaches distance control Why pro golfers sometimes putt without looking at the ball Work on putting feel, speed by taking eyes OFF the ball Putter Lengths, Specs and Fittings There are conventional putters (the usual mid-30-inch-length flatsticks), plus long putters and belly putters. And while anchoring a putter has been banned by the governing bodies, using a longer-than-standard putter remains perfectly OK under the rules. How to use a belly putter Comparing conventional, belly and long putters Do-it-yourself putter fitting Loft in putters and why it matters 'Toe hang' in putters and what it tells you Face-balanced putters vs. toe-balanced putters You know where else is a great place to find putting tips? YouTube. The free video website has many, many videos of putting tips, many from top golf instructors. Search YouTube for putting tips.