You already have a double handful of putters right? Did you see what Calico Jack said in the "interesting things to do with your basket" discussion? I marked putting spots every five feet starting at 10 feet out to 35'. I play a game with myself going forward or back depending on a majority of hits or misses. When I use 5 discs, I always am moving closer or farther. I start at ten feet and if I can get 3 in at 35' I am the champ! - rarely! Sometimes I use 6 discs and stay the same for 3 in - you get the idea.
hey now,I've been putting with opposite throwing hand,practice is starting to pay off.I throw only three discs,two putters then usually a driver or mid range.If a new disc is purchased I'll add that and drop one of the others.Likewise putt from fifteen to thirty foot range,restart when you miss.I'll start from 5 feet away and then work back to thirty.Throw opposite hand after fifteen min of practice.Try closing one eye or wear a patch to cover,different perspective.Challenging to say the least.Working on a sidearm putt is very challenging,especilly with your opposite hand.
Ace Race Practice:throw with just one disc,walk off footage distance,turn and throw.Time yourself for 5min only,work up to the fifteen min mark.
30 foot distance;throw only rollers for CTP-harder then it sounds.Putt from where your disc rolls farthest.
Putt for the dough: establish amount of money you pay yourself for hitting your putt.Sort of a saving program to buy that new disc.Start low,10-25 cents per putt hit,subtact amount of misses.You will have some negative days of collecting within that fifteen-30 min practice day.Increase amount upon accomplishing your goal.
I practice my forward stance for about 5-15 mins then from farther away the side step jump putt. Then when I am am just F*King around we play horse or try to skip discs in to the basket. H.O.R.S.E. is a good way to practice with some "sudo" pressure to make the shot.