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I'd like to hear how people practice putting.
I have a small yard, only 43 feet from house to fence. I have my basket set up 4 feet from the house and rock markers leading to the other end of the yard. I putt from the first one at about 14 feet i think, then I move back 5 feet to the next marker, If i miss I start from the closest marker again. I only use one putter, it helps build pressure the further I get away from the basket.

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Old ball golf trick. Try and pretend you are at the practice basket.
Sweet method, I do the exact same thing. Check out the video I just posted. I'm set up around 15, 25. I use the Organic Soft Wizard 174. A very sweet disc. It took some time to beat it in to where I like it. Now it's super sweet. Good luck, Peace.
Try Putting around any Obstacles !!!!
One other practice mod is putting with opposite hand.Obstacles abound on any dg course,the use of opposite comes in handy.An injury/arthritis can sideline your game,having a backup to throwing is nice.Do not continue if the injury needs rest.
I practice putting by drinking beer.
not only for backup though. being able to perform an action with both hands improves coordination and helps with the your dominant hand. definitely true in baseball and putting in ball golf (full shots lefty is just too difficult ha)

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