On Day 5, the final day, Brian Gott puts everything together with all the skills you have learned. Make sure you have mastered setup, tempo, path, and putting speed. Brian emphasizes that you should practice what really matters to become a better putter and not randomly throw three balls on the green and hit the balls towards the hole.
To mimic real-life putting scenarios, he sets up a practice session with multiple balls around the green at different lengths, from 4 feet to 6 feet. Putt each ball individually like it matters or has a consequence. Once you have completed this drill, move the balls farther out. Doing this will make you a better putter. Make sure that you practice what counts so that you can have putting consistency and do better on the golf course.