DiscHer wrote:I am a righty and i have been throwing soft wizards in a variety of weights. I have tried the "pizza toss" and squatting as well as the standard.
Keep trying. The "snap" on a putt takes longer for some to develop than others. I know because it took me years.
Because I could not set up in a traditional putting stance and snap off a perfect laser beam of a putt (which looks so effortless and magical when done by good players) I did some kind of half throw, arm swing kind of putt. It had the deadly precision of a drunken butterfly and not much better of a flight path.
That snap is develop-able. There is no way of knowing how long it will take you.
In the mean time work on two types of putts. For shorter putts stand with your shoulders square to the basket ( traditional form). Once you are outside your range for this style, turn sideways to the basket and throw it. When you throw it, throw it softly and loft it in-no fast throws as they will go too far past if you miss. The "shoulders square" tends to be more accurate for most so keep on working at expanding your range (as your snap improves).
Most players start out weak at putting. So when you play rounds start with the goal of holing out inside the circle ( 33 feet and in) in 2 putts. No 3 putts. So if your 1st putt either goes in or stops right at the basket you have reached your goal. Don't worry if others putt much better.
And yes, change your aiming point. No matter how much it takes. Don't repeat the same mistakes over and over.
If you are not a "natural" at putting then practice is what it takes.