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Two 15 minutes of putting practice with 2-3 discs.You wont burn yourself out putting,you can always return in the afternoon for another 30 minutes pf putting.
Throw,putt with opposite hand.Sometime in your life of playing you'll need a shot with your opposite hand.Again,don't burn yourself out with an hour of practice.15-20 minutes of paying attention..take a break..start again.
An hour out on the course,you'll find what you need to bone up on.Allow others to play thru,practice your putting.my 2 cents;>} have fun,Merry Christmas.
On day's I don't have enough time to throw a full round I like to play 2-9 holes usually on a shorter open course. Throw a 2-5 drives taking different routes. hyzer, straight, anny, side arms, etc. try to mix it up especially with the shots that need most help. throw a couple of putts from each location that best offers help where help is needed. Then move on to next hole.
This works for me. I find that when I putt for long periods of time I get bored and doesn't help as much. I beleive that the putt begins as soon as the drive or approach lands within putting distance. I think moving from hole to hole is more like a round of golf because I only get 1 (unfortunetly sometimes more) putts on each hole. Sometimes I just play 2 holes back and forth for a while.
try whatever advice you think will work, continue with whatever you feel will do the best for your game.