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Dave Pelz`s Putting Bible Hard Back

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  • Date first available at 30 Dec 2010
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Dave Pelz`s Putting Bible Hard Back

Golfing expert Dave Pelz focuses on putting in this guide - golf's least understood skill. Because a putt is the terminal shot on every hole and there is no possibility of recovery from short misses, putts count almost a disproportionate amount. As Dave explains, putting is actually simple to understand and do.

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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Pure Putting Pleasure! 13 May 2004
This book deserves many more than five stars!
This is simply the best book to improve your putting that has ever been written.
Let me give you an example. I recently played in Southern California after a rain-soaked night. The greens were dripping. My opponent said "I wonder how hard to hit it through this water." And I quoted from this book. He made his putt, and so did I. In fact, the highlight of the round was a tricky 23 foot birdie putt. Thank you, Dave Pelz!
I have taken Dave Pelz's short game course, so I didn't know how much this book would help me. So I came to this book thinking, this will be a good refresher. That was right, but the insights I got from this book exceeded all that I learned in that course about putting.
The book explains the engineering approach that Pelz has brought to putting. He measures everything he can think of. The beginning explains key concepts of green problems -- like the raised donut around the hole where no one steps (the rest of the green is downtrodden by thousands of footsteps daily).
The next section explains the 15 building blocks of putting -- like aim, path, touch, rhythm, ritual, feel, face angle, stability, attitude, and routine.
Then Pelz puts special attention on speed and reading the green. Chapter 7 on green reading was worth the price of the book alone. He answered questions I have asked dozens of pros, and received no good answers to.
Then, he describes how to use these basics to improve your putting. I have been using a number of these for the last several years, and can certainly attest that they work.
Each point is beautifully explained.
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I highly recommend this book, just have patience. It is heavy stuff! Don't buy this if you have a short attention span. The man loves the look of his own words in print, and boy are there a lot of his words. At times the level of detail is boring, like the effect of hitting the dimples, BUT if you want to improve your putting, this IS the book for you. In three months I have reduced my admittedly miserable average by 4.61 putts per round in the first 6 medal rounds of this year. The instructional part is very clear and easy to understand, and it has certainly worked for me. There is a supporting video available and it is good, but I highly recommend the book if you are seriously keen to improve your putting.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Training with purpose 29 Jan 2004
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I used to train my putting like many other amateurs - just getting on the putting field, trying to hole the ball in the next free hole. Now I train with a purpose every time I take my putter.
Pelz' scientific approach not only helps with setting up a training regime for using your training time effecient but also expands your knowledge about green reading, speed, clubs, strokes, training aids...... and everything else you ever wanted to know about putting. This book is a "must-have"
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5.0 out of 5 stars The former rocket scientist has done it again 29 Jun 2000
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After reading Dave Pelz's previous book, the 'Short Game Bible' I was very impressed with his scientific and factual approach to golf. Golf is a game of numbers and Pelz provides all the figures you need to understand how to score on and around the greens. The 'putting bible' answers all the questions you ever had about putting and those you had not even thought about. Did you know, for example, what a 'pendulum stroke' actually means? Pelz explains it in a way that leaves no doubts. Teaching of putting has always been characterised by a great emphasis on the 'art of putting', mystifying it and stressing that technique is less important than ill-defined ingredients like mental attitude, feel and so forth. Pelz puts all these components (he defines 15 in total) into the proper context. Having read this book you wil be able to understand what you can control on the putting green and what you can't - and how to live with this. I am sure that anyone who reads the 'putting bible' and applies its principles will putt better and improve his or her scores.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Helped me putt really well for a while 19 Jan 2009
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I read this shortly after I took up golf seriously and then spent a month working hard on the drills in the book having parted with a large amount of money for the practice aids he recommended.

The result was that I started putting superbly - averaging less than 30 putts a round which for a relatively new golfer was excellent, especially as my chipping was not all that hot. My golfing buddies used to look on in amazement and would comment that within 15 feet they could bank on me making a very high percentage of those putts. My average score started to tumble from being someone who struggled to break a hundred at times to someone who expected to be in the low 90's and ocassionaly in the 80's.

Now for the down sides:

1 He teaches a straight back and through stroke. Great for short and medium putts but not so good on longer putts especially when you do not play on tour speed greens most of the time and have to hit the ball relatively hard. Also some putters will naturally have a small arc in their putt and will not like this kind of stroke and should therefore work on different fundamentals eg more like the approach Stan Utley suggests.

2 The book is very long. The key is working on the drills which are summarised at the end. I summarised what I needed on 15 small cards which I refer to every now and again.

3 Many of the drills need expensive aids eg putting tracks, metronomes etc. Much of this can be home made or bought more cheaply from a big golf store/internet retailer but this is still a problem. You will get little benefit if you do not do the drills.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
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Published 15 days ago by catherine heath
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Golf Present
I bought this as a Christmas gift after purchasing the shirt game bible for his birthday. He loved the short game, so here's hoping he loves the putting bible !
Published 8 months ago by LD Sports Massage
3.0 out of 5 stars Bible is about right.....a bit heavy going at times.
Yes this is a bible all right and it takes a bit of reading to get to the good bits. All in all its consistent with everything else i know about putting. Read more
Published 10 months ago by Chris Connorton
4.0 out of 5 stars Putting like you never knew it
This book contains all you ever wanted to know about putting. Lots of theory (physics) but no formulae. Lots of drills and tips. Read more
Published 14 months ago by Mrs Linda C Hockey
3.0 out of 5 stars Dave Pelz's Putting Bible
Pelz's scientific approach to putting is interesting but can also be tedious. I liked the book but found myself skipping through alot of the extremely detailed technical analysis... Read more
Published on 10 Feb 2012 by Peter O' Flanagan
5.0 out of 5 stars Dave Pelz Putting Bible
Great book, Quiet technical and gives a good analysis of the requirements for getting a better putting game.
I would recommend this book to any serious golfer. Read more
Published on 3 Feb 2012 by DamienOD
5.0 out of 5 stars Dave Pelz's Putting Bible
An excellent and very scientific breakdown of the game within a game. The pendulum method takes some getting used to but the "reading the Greens" section has been most help. Read more
Published on 6 Nov 2011 by HNP
3.0 out of 5 stars Forever hopeful
Dave Pelz certainly knows all there is to know about putting but does it really take 400+ pages to not tell me an awful lot. Read more
Published on 24 Oct 2011 by grooey
4.0 out of 5 stars Dave Pelz Putting Bible
Really appealed to my sense of the mechanical aspects of putting. Helped me understand and appreciate how to evolve my technique to play the odds and conditions more to my favour.
Published on 12 July 2011 by Beadyes
3.0 out of 5 stars Bible???
I am enjoying reading this book and expect to continue reading for some weeks. The middle of the golf season is probably not the best time to read this tome.
Published on 22 Jun 2011 by JanisK
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