Mike is often asked the question "What is the right tempo (or speed) to use in a putting stroke?" That is a great question, and a simple and easy way to evaluate this is by using the Lag Shot Golf Wedge Training Aid to assist with his putting rhythm and tempo. Just one more drill to get a feel for what the perfect putting stroke. The Lag Shot Wedge is such a fantastic feedback device due to its flexible shaft and weighted clubhead. You can purchase the Lag Shot Wedge through the Malaska Pro Shop here: https://proshop.malaskagolf.com/products/lag-shot-wedge
To begin, simply align the wedge on the back of your putter, then as you begin your stroke, listen for the audible feedback of the Lag Shot Wedge releasing and then coming back into contact with your putter as you accelerate forward in your swing. If you hear the contact, then you're changing directions too quickly. This is usually because your putting stroke is either too short and fast or too long and you're stuck trying to catch up to quickly.
Remember, the putting stroke should be smooth and fluid, not short and choppy.