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by Al Barkow,Dave Stockton
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  • Author:
    Al Barkow,Dave Stockton
  • ISBN:
    0743245288
  • ISBN13:
    978-0743245289
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  • Publisher:
    Simon & Schuster (August 1, 2002)
  • Pages:
    160 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Golf
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    1779 kb
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  • Rating:
    4.3
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Unconscious Putting: Dave Stockton's Guide to Unlocking Your Signature . Many of the top tour pros are seeking out Stockton for short game advice. Dave also has a few personal stories in the book. He grew up with a driver and a putter as his only clubs.

Many of the top tour pros are seeking out Stockton for short game advice. Instead of molding yourself into a posture that would withstand a 100 mph gale and maybe put your brain into the same frame of mind, Stockton will guide you to focusing on your line and the balls ultimate destination. I can only imagine having a kids frame of mind and the time and curiosity to practice and become really good at putting. but I'm going to give it a try!

Dave Stockton, Al Barkow. This is a guide to help improve putting techniques in golf

Dave Stockton, Al Barkow. This is a guide to help improve putting techniques in golf. It first explains how to conquer the mental game of putting - how to visualize the putt into the hole before stepping up to it - and then it analyzes the fundamentals of the stroke to provide a more consistent foundation for better putting. It also shows readers how to read greens, where to focus their eyes during This is a guide to help improve putting techniques in golf.

From one who has played golf regularly for over 40 years, Dave Stockton's book i. .

This is a guide to help improve putting techniques in golf. From one who has played golf regularly for over 40 years, Dave Stockton's book is one of the best values I have EVER encountered.

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10 Rules From Dave Stockton. Most amateur golf is played at four-ball match play. When Al said, "It breaks half a cup," I knew he said it knowing how hard I would stroke the putt. How to make six-footers. If you're going to use your partner for reading greens, make sure he knows how you read putts and how firmly you hit them. The best partner I ever had was Al Geiberger. We did well in the old "CBS Golf Classic" series, because our putting styles were similar. Whether it's a member-guest or your weekend game, see how the two of you read putts. Make it a focal point of your partnership.

This is a guide to help improve putting techniques in golf. It first explains how to conquer the mental game of putting - how to visualize the putt into the hole before stepping up to it - and then it analyzes the fundamentals of the stroke to provide a more consistent foundation for better putting. It also shows readers how to read greens, where to focus their eyes during the putt, and advises what types of putters are right for each person's game.

Shakataxe
Having demonstrated great putting in his own personal career, Dave Stockton is more recently identified with helping Phil Mickelson and Michelle Wie improve their putting success. I was eager to read his book and learn the "secrets." As always, the key to golf success at any point in the game or with any particular club is in one's ability to absorb the key images and advice and PRACTICE, PRACTICE. Stockton's book offers advice in easy-to-understand images about details of grip, stance, stroke, alignment, and reading greens in "thirds." His recommendations about putter specifications are worthy of consideration. This book will likely reinforce some discoveries golfers make by trial-and-error, and it will definitely provide good coaching for putting-by-feel-and visualization that generates confidence and has sustained all great putters in the history of the game.
Uttegirazu
Dave's techniques are simple, logical and immediate. What more can you ask for? There are key techniques that he teaches and tells you why they work, but he also tells you that you don't have to apply every technique in the book to see improvement. Do you want to feel mellow over putts that were previously nerve-racking? Who wouldn't? Dave will teach how to do you this and much, much more. Over the phone, I told my son just one of the techniques and the next day he shot a round with only 30 putts, a new low for him. This book is the ultimate winner on putting.
Dikus
Great detailed book. I've been trying a few things and it's helping for sure. He really goes into detail on every facet of putting.
Obong
Many of the top tour pros are seeking out Stockton for short game advice. Instead of molding yourself into a posture that would withstand a 100 mph gale and maybe put your brain into the same frame of mind, Stockton will guide you to focusing on your line and the balls ultimate destination. You'll build a stable stance for sure, but you won't be so rigid in mind and body that some of those 'cookie cutter' young guns maintain.
He'll provide you with a short routine that you can personalize and build on. I found his instructionals on YouTube to be a good starting point, but you'll need this book for a more detailed account on why he teaches and thinks the way that he does.
Dave also has a few personal stories in the book. He grew up with a driver and a putter as his only clubs. I can only imagine having a kids frame of mind and the time and curiosity to practice and become really good at putting......but I'm going to give it a try!
Fordregelv
Great insight on some easy to incorporate basics to help putting.
Zbr
Fabulous book for the feel putter who internalizes the putt before he mkes it! It provides a great set of exercises you can do and quite frankly, all of us can accept some help in our putting! What I liked most was his approach toward attitude! He helps you to look at each putt as makeable. If you take this approach, you will make more putts, especially the short ones. This is a great addition to your golf library and I recommend you read it and do the exercises- they will only help but don't read it and go out and expect to putt well the next day- you'll miss some putts on the front nine- it helps but like anything, it takes a while to show.
Sharpbrew
Good instruction. A good read.
As someone who was struggling with putting, Dave's book made the game fun again. Try his tips when you're practicing and you should see immediate results. The tip that is helping me the most is keeping the putterhead low in the follow-through. Putting is all about touch and feel so this is a much better approach than the mechanical and scientific approach being preached by Pelz.