The moneymakers, three footers to paradise, tap-ins, or as we often call them: gimmes. All names for short putts, and according to the latter, an assumed easy thing to do. It’s called a gimme for crying out loud. Doesn’t that imply the putt is so easy that it should be conceded rather than having to putt it out?
Most golfers know they won’t hit every long putt, but they usually expect to hit the short ones. Unfortunately, that can lead to taking these critical shots for granted. Here are three easy tips for making sure you don’t miss your next gimme. (Source: PGA.com)