7ontheline wrote:...I try to ask every good putter I play with how they do it...they don't think about anything or not much like one little key word or link in a chain and the rest is muscle memory. Recording all your shots, distances, percentages, etc (think too much) seems the opposite of their approach.
I've thought about this, as well. And it's probably at least partly true. But I can't help it, I'm a thinker. But I do need to learn how to find that Zen-like place for putting, I'm certain of that. I'll get there.
The most intense advice I ever heard was from Dave Greenwell, who said you should spend more time practicing putting than you do playing rounds. That's commitment!
Anyways, I know this is a slump. But it sucks. I hate slumps! Thanks to all for chiming in, and reminding me of the important lessons I tend to forget with time...