You can easily find these in golfing DVD`s and other instructional materials. Among other things, you will be able to get these tips from golf lessons.
Whenever you putt towards the hole, it is practically completing the game and ending that particular hole for you to move on to the next one. If you do it correctly, you can get the golf ball in that hole in a single putt. However, if you keep on moving or altering your stance, grip and swing, it may take more than a single shot to get it in.
The stance and the precautions you took when before you have made your putt should be retained after the follow through. This means that you should have the same posture and positioning even after the golf ball has rolled-out to where it is meant to go. The three factors that you would need to keep in check after follow through are:
1. Is your body, including your feet still in its original position before you have made the putt? The slightest alteration in your footing could instantly mean that you can lose your shot. Another factor to remember when it comes to stances is that you are not supposed to shift your body to a different position after you have followed through. This is the easiest way to determine if you are being consistent with your posture.
2. Where is the putter head path aligned to? At this point, even after you have already taken your shot, the putter head path should still retain its alignment range towards the target.
3. Where is your putter face locked-on? This should still be aiming straight towards the target the same way that you have begun.