Here is the scenario; I have hit a nice iron shot into this green. I have already marked my ball, I have replaced it and I find myself with about a fifteen or sixteen footer. The problem is that it is a downhill putt. You don’t want to read downhill putts from above the slope. The first thing that I would do is walk to the low side of the hole, or the low side of the slope. I want to get down nice and low so that I can see how much slope I am actually dealing with. I have about a foot of drop on a sixteen foot putt. Also from over here I notice that the ball will be breaking to my left as you are looking at my back. The second read is now from the low side of the break. I am getting a feeling of the slope that is now moving towards me. Finally I go back up to the ball; I don’t really want to look at it again from behind because I get the wrong feedback. I have a downhill putt, breaking from my left to my right. Watch. You can see that when the ball finishes below the hole and behind the hole I did a really good on my speed and my direction. The thing is that I would not have done nearly as good a job had I read it from someplace else. Low side of the hole. Low side of the break. You will make more putts.