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To develop a confident, committed putting stroke like Harrington's, start with your finish. At the end of your stroke your body should be as still as a statue, and the putter should be motionless. To practice, pick a target, hit the putt and then freeze the finish while counting "one, two, three." Doing so helps prevent steering or recoiling the putter and gives you better control of the putt.
Dom DiJulia teaches at Jericho National in New Hope, Pa.