First choose your goal to aim at with a distance of about 3 ft. and find the flattest part of the green. “ignore the need to hit the CG ball into the hole.
Then put your putter head up against the ball insuring that your club head and face is square to the belly of the center gravity ball
Now start your putting routine and alignment processes.
Proceed to make contact with the ball and you will notice right away if your swing is true and square. If the ball wobbles and moves left or right you will know that you didn’t make contact and either your swing has a inside outside swing or a outside inside swing depending on how your ball moves.
Other things to pay attention to is how the ball comes off the putter. If you feel that your face is square on contact but the ball still won’t roll smooth look for this. If you top the ball you will see the center gravity ball will have a wobble side to side like rotation. The opposite will happen if you hit the ball fat or have to steep of a swing into the ball, it will roll end over end or just spin in a circle. Solution, “ flatten our your swing.”
Once you have mastered your stroke at a 3 ft. distance start moving your ball further back and will start to see how your stroke changes once increase swing speed, showing you once again how just by adding distance your stroke changes. A very important part in your swing is your tempo speed and how we tend to use more of our back and wrists to achieve distance.
Last, your goal should be to hit a straight putt wobble free at 7ft-12ft. Now that you have mastered the ability to hit the ball sweet and straight your ready for the next step in your game and thats learning how to read the greens and breaks keeping birdie’s from becoming bogies. –
Follow the same steps above and use the CG ball for your wedges too. If your face is square it will pop up wobble free. Chip it 3ft or 80ft.