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All golfers want to improve their putting but they
are not exactly sure what to do.
Phil Mickelson wrote in the foreword to Dave Stockton’s book Unconscious Putting, “For a number of years, I had been putting very sporadically, and I really didn’t have any direction”. “I didn’t know what I was trying to do with my putting.” “I was getting frustrated, so I asked my Caddie, Bones Mackay, who I should see, and he recommended Dave Stockton.”
Wow! If Phil didn’t have any direction or know what he was doing with his putting (his words, not mine), I can only imagine what the average amateur golfer is going through. Well, I guess I can imagine because I’ve been through the same frustrations but only from an amateur’s point of view. I am not a Professional Golfer nor am I associated with the PGA of America. I don’t teach golf or putting lessons for a living but I am a low handicap golfer and this is the story how I fixed my putting game. Now, for all you that have the opportunity to visit with Dave Stockton, more power to you. Start planning your trip and saving your money! But for all of you that will never take a lesson from Dave Stockton, Dave Pelz or Hank Haney this book is for you. And the price is right! Basically, the cost of a McDonald’s Hamburger and a little bit of your time and patience. But don’t be fooled by the price of the book. I’m not in it for the money but I will cover everything you need to know to become a “world class” putter. However, before you start, you must decide two things. First, do you want to become a "world class" putter? If you do, how much time and effort are you willing to put in to get those results?
Click on the KPP thumbnail under Featured Products to get an overview of what the book covers and how it could benefit you. Also, statistics are an important part of any improvement program. Check out the putting tests and exercises I've developed to help you achieve PGA Tour Putting Statistics.
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