My buddy Slic let me borrow his basket to practice up for worlds, and, just in general. My putting game has been far from decent. I have a few on days, but the off days way outnumber the on days. So I've been putting, every day for at least a half hour. I've been doing this for just over a week now. I really can say that this will help your game immensely. Sometimes I don't want to go out and putt, but since I've been having problems with my shoulder on my throwing arm, I've resorted to very little field work and rounds. I knew I wanted to do something to work on my game, so I resorted to putting. I've made myself get out and putt whether I feel like it or not.
Thursday and Friday combined, I putted for over two hours. YOu know what? I figured some things out. Really simple things that I never took the time to realize before. One of the biggest things was with missing putts right. It may sound like something I should have known from the day I started playing, but it was exciting to me. I am a straddle putter. I even jump putt straddle. So really, it's an upward arm and leg movement, with very little wrist. However, i've been missing a lot of putts right lately. I started holding my follow throughs to figure out what it looked like when I made putts and what I did when I missed. As simple as it was, all I was doing was using too much wrist action. My wrist was what was releasing the disc off to the right. Once I figured that out, I proceeded to bang over 30 putts in a row from 15-20 feet. I was psyched.
Then I worked my way out towards jump putts, and banged 14 out of 18 after taking a while to figure those out. I want to continue to practice my putting daily so that I can get better and better at my short game, and I would encourage everyone else to do the same! Even 15-20 minutes a day will help your game immensely. So yeah, jump on it.