What to do:In North-South-East-West fashion, place 4 tees around the hole, 3 feet away (about 1 putter length). Do the same at 4 and 5 feet. When you've done this you'll have 4 sets of 3 tees in the ground, 12 total, one for every putt you must make. Pick a 3-footer and, going through your full routine first, make the putt. In that same line, move back to the 4-footer and repeat the process, making the putt. Do the same at 5-feet. Once you've completed this line, making the 3-footer, 4-footer and 5-footer in a row, move counter- clockwise to the next tee line (East) and do it again. The objective of this drill is to make all 12 putts in a row.
This is a difficult drill. Those last few putts are real nerve testers, and a miss challenges your patience. When you do finish, confidence is born in your ability to sink those critical 3,4,5 footers.
Finished most recently on my second try.
Make one line of putts all in a row, then move on. If you miss a putt on the next line, stay on that line, starting over at the 3-footer on that side. Never return to a side that you've already completed (made the 3, 4, and 5 foot putts in a row).