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On lag putts, hit primarily with the right side of your body for better feel and distance control. To practice, hit lags while holding the putter with only your right hand and looking at the target, which will help ease grip pressure. In a good lag stroke you won't bend your wrists at impact, but you'll keep them solid so at the finish the butt of the club points at your belly button instead of your right hip.
Jim Suttie teaches at TwinEagles Country Club in Naples, Fla.