Dear Dr. Putt: What special advice do you have for women golfers in putting?
Warmly yours, CS
Dear Ms. CS:
On the green both genders are truly equal because strength is not the issue. The issues are imagination, creativity, spatial perception, and, of course, proper execution. Dr. Putt would argue that although popular stereotypes of each gender might suggest that one gender has advantages over the other in some of these areas, in fact the variation within each gender is far greater than variation between the two genders.
The only "special" advice Dr. Putt would offer is an observation about equipment. Make sure that your putter fits your body size. If you are under about 5' 6" you will almost certainly require that the shaft be cut down so that your arms can comfortably hang down and grasp the grip of the putter while your eyes are over the line of the putt. That is critical. The weight of the putter is not a major issue.
Dr. Putt will not venture any further, lest he stray into territory that will place him out of the good graces of Mrs. Dr. Putt.