Top 5 Golf Putting Instruction
literally hundreds of golf putting instructional books out there to
choose from, it can be a really tough task trying to find the right one
actually going to seriosuly help you to make a difference to your golf
putting performance, so you can start to reduce your handicap and lower
To save you some time, i have picked out what i and many others would
consider to be
the top 5 golf putting instructional books currently available. So why
not have a look at my golf putting
book reviews below to see if you feel any of them could help you
achieve more success on the putting greens.
All of the golfing authors below are highly respected experts, coaches
and players in their field
and offer you some of the most outstanding advice and insights into the
world of putting, that will surely provide you with the knowledge
inspiration to help you to sink more putts when out on the course!
No. 1 - Putting
Out of Your Mind by Dr Bob Rotella
Dr Bob Rotella's easy to understand messages in 'Putting
Out Of Your Mind'
will help you create a whole new positive
attitude towards your golf putting. His key message is: 'take your
satisfaction not from whether the putt drops but from whether you got
yourself in the right frame of mind to hit the putt'.
believes that one of the reasons for poor putting
is because many golfers allow the negative effects of the conscious
mind to have too much of an influence. 'Putting Out of your Mind' will
help you to understand how to control your mental processes and
eliminate those negative influences.
No. 2 - Putting
Bible by Dave Pelz
is another masterpiece from golf's most highly
qualified and respected experts on the short game, Dave
, and is his second book in a four-book series called
'Dave Pelz Scoring Game Series', and is probably one of the most fully
comprehensive guides to golf putting ever created.
Dave Pelz's 'Putting Bible' literally covers everything that you could
possibly need to know about the putting game, from ways to improve your
artistic senses with stability, rhythm, feel, touch and reading putting
greens to the more technical issues like, stroke mechanics and methods
of golf putting.
No. 3 - Lights
Out Putting by Todd Sones
Todd Sones understands that there is a lot more to being a great putter
than just having a good putting stroke! In 'Lights
, Todd Sones enlightens us with a mind, body and
soul approach to the hardest element in golf to master, 'the putting
In it Todd
reveals and shares all of his secrets to achieving
success on the greens. Discussing not just the proper fundamentals of
putting, such as applying the correct putting setup, reading putting
greens, pre-stroke routine, but also covers tactics, drills and mindset
required to become a great putter.
No. 4 - Putt To
Win by Dave Stockton
If you are lacking a bit of confidence in your putting, then Dave
'Putt To Win' is a must have. By teaching you the
proper putting techniques and clearly explaining why they work, he will
help to take the anxiety out of your golf putting and show you how to
be more positive and have more fun.
As well as teaching you how to become more positive and develop your
touch & feel on the greens, 'Putt
contains some excellent suggestions on how to read
putting greens and offers some effective and practical drills and
techniques that you can use to help master your putting performance.
No. 5 - The Art
of Putting by Stan Utley
'The Art of Putting' provides you with a unique
approach to putting that will benefit players of all levels and moves
away from the tense, mechanical systems that are all to common today.
His simple and easy to follow techniques are aimed at putting the feel
back into the putting stroke.
Focusing on the proper putting fundamentals such as grip, posture,
alignment and golf swing, the straight forward method in 'The
Art of Putting'
shows you how to use your natural motion to
provide a repeatable and consistent stroke that will improve your
overall golf putting performance and experience.
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