Catalogue Number: 4DQ-368Q
- Author: Dave Pelz
- Format: Hardback
- Publisher: Aurum Press Ltd
- Published: 05 June 2000
- ISBN: 9781854107138
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Dave Pelz's Putting Bible is the second of four books in the hugely popular Dave Pelz Scoring Game Series. Following the enormous success of his Short Game Bible, now the authoritative instructor tackles one of golf's least understood skills - putting. Because a putt is the last shot on every hole, and there is no possibility of recovery from a short miss, the putt can count a disproportionate amount. As Pelz discusses in this indispensible guide, the putt constitutes around 43 percent of all swings made - and often almost 100 percent of a game's anguish and frustration! But, as the author explains, putting is actually simple to understand and do. It is also one of the few skills in sport in which any player, regardless of size, strength, speed, gender or education, can compete equally with the best professionals in the world. Using decades of scientific research from studying thousands of golfers, this Nasa-trained scientist shows readers the simplicity of putting that escapes most golfers, and lays out the fifteen well-defined steps to putting perfection. This comprehensive guide from the internationally revered master of the short game and putting game is an absolute essential for all golfers looking to take strokes off their score.
Dave Pelz is the author of four bestselling classics of golf instruction -Dave Pelz's Short Game Bible, Dave Pelz's Putting Bible, Dave Pelz's Damage Control and Dave Pelz's Golf Without Fear. He is the world's foremost instructor of putting and the short game. A former research scientist at NASA, he has devoted more than three decades to science-based golf instruction. He is founder of the Pelz Golf Institute and the Dave Pelz Scoring Game Schools. A Golf Magazine Top 100 Emeritus Instructor, Pelz has served as the publication's short game and technical consultant since 1983. Pelz was named by Golf Digest as one of the twenty-five most influential instructors of the twentieth century. He lives outside Austin, Texas.