"When you are on the putting green. Always wipe the ball down with a moist towel. Any dirt on the surface of the golf ball will cause it to roll in an unnatural way. Every put counts. So putt with a clean ball."
"Always have a routine. When ever you address the ball. Make sure you do it the same way every time. It leads to good habits. You will notice almost every pro has a routine for every shot. Watch your favorite golfer closely and you will be able to spot their routine. Try a few of your favorite pros routines next time you're on the golf
course. A routine leads to consistency."
"As a caddy everyone always asks: "How do you read the green?" If you are having trouble reading the green. Look from ball to cup, cup to ball, and walk a crescent moon between the cup and ball. Look for the subtle changes and finer contours of the green. If you are still unsure... Pay close attention to the feeling it with your feet while walking the green. Feeling the green with your feet may give you the edge you need when deciding which way you think a ball may break."
"When your in the rough. Keep a tight lead hand on the grip of your club. If you're a right handed player. Keep a tight left hand. And vice-versa. A lot of players forget this trick. When in thick rough the blade of the club tends to get caught and the ball will end up off line to the target. Don't let the thick grass get you down. Just hold on tight and give it a shot next time you're in the rough."
"Putting is an important part of the game. You will need six golf tees for this trick. Place your putter on the round. Now place a tee at the tip of the putter head and one on the other side. Make a box with the 6 tees. Now... Practice swinging your putter through the tees with out hitting the tees. You can try this in your office or on the course. Where ever you are and no matter
what your handy cap is. This tip is a great way to improve your putting stroke.
" The fade fixer. If you play to a fade... Meaning the ball travels away from your body after impact. Place three tees in the ground on a straight line to your target. Place your ball on the center tee. Make sure the other tees are about 8 to 12 inches away from the center tee. Hit all three tees. The ball should have a straight flight path. By hitting all the tees you lower the center of gravity of the golf club. By the time you hit the lead tee (the tee in the front). The ball is off the club face and this will ensure the swing path of the golf club remains straight."