Friday, May 06, 2016

Book Review: One Putt, the ultimate guide to perfect putting.

Ok, this is a really good book about putting. If you are learning the game, or wanting to go back to the basics to learn the foundations of what it takes to become a truly excellent putter...then you need this book written by putt-master Ken Brown.

One Putt gets right to the point buy letting its readers know that the act of putting is not a golf swing to be taken lightly: 45% of a golf round is putting....let that sink in...or shock you...then find a quiet spot, and read this book slowly...practicing the drills, and climbing the "putting ladder".

Many awesome drills, tidbits, and gems tucked inside this easy-to-read and easy to understand 175 page book. You'll want to start at the bottom-rung, and not skip the rungs to build the correct foundation. Don't just skip to what you think you need help with. What you need help with can possibly be found by understanding the "rung" right below it.

Thanks for reading, keep it in the short-grass,



Denny said...

45% is putting and yet so many golfers neglect it. 45%!!! This is definitely a book I'll be checking out.

NickF said...

I really need to improve my putting. I recently re-read "putting out of your mind" (Bob Rotella's book) which is good and concentrates on the metal side of the game. I'll check this out to, thanks.

Anonymous said...

Golf has not changed much over centuries. Sure…clubs, ball technology, and clothing have improved immeasurably, but it is essentially still the same game it has always been… well until now. Rangefinders are making their way into golf, giving golfers additional information to improve their game by helping to accurately gauge distances.

Iain said...

I have just come across your blog, interesting article. True the putting stroke is an art form not to be taken lightly. Putting is all feel, patience and speed. Unless you are blessed with the yips, Lol!!