Whether you realise it or not, your brain is actually designed to help you strike putts the correct distance.
Or at least a part of it is. It's called the cerebellum, and one of its tasks is to convert data from your senses into appropriate movement. Every time you put a key into a lock or lob waste paper into a bin, your motion is governed by the cerebellum reacting to the information it's fed by your eyes.
Usually, we trust ourselves to carry out the task. Except when it comes to long-range putting. For some reason, on the green we suddenly decide that only technical perfection can create a successful outcome.
Technical thoughts thwart your natural ability to gauge distances and apply the right force. So to improve your touch putting, trust your eyes see the distance, and your brain to interpret that as force. There are drills that promote this; and of course, we'd be delighted to share them with you. Click here to request a lesson.