Right now, it's the stock grip the putter came with. When I replace it, I'll
probably go to an oversize grip. When I started using this grip, I was using
an old Titleist Bullseye which had a wide paddle grip which worked well.
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Cross-handed, like Mr Harrington. If your issue is with your wrists, this will fix it. It's virtually impossible to do _anything_ with your wrists while holding the putter cross-handed. I honestly don't know why everyone doesn't putt like this, since it is so much easier to put the hit you intended on the ball.
I'm not a great putter; I two-putt virtually everything. 8', I 2-putt. 80', I 2-putt. That said, I do hit 95+% of them exactly the way I planned, I just don't read greens with enough precision to actually *make* the putt. I wind up with 6-8 tap-ins per round.
Best way to become a good putter is putt from 2 to 3 feet all day and develop confidence.