It is also from this work that I draw my philosophy for leaching the putting game in the Dave Pelz Scoring Game Schools. My putting bible is a work in progress. Has anybody read Dave Pelz’s Putting Bible? I’ve just bought the book, but should have asked around before I did so. Putting is definitely the. Over , readers have purchased Dave Pelz’s Short Game Bible after just its first year of release publication, making the book an instant.

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Want to hide this ad? Register for free today! For me, if I don’t manipulate the putter face it comes inside and open on the backswing and then recenters and aligns at impact before coming inside and closed again.

When I try to keep it all straight I get jacked up. I’ve heard people say that often those who think they are S2S are actually putting with a small arc I don’t have a Z-factor, so I don’t know for sure.

Either way, I want to improve my putting this year and learn a little more about MY stroke I retooled my swing the last 2 years and dropped the 8 strokes I had put on after high school from not playing as much, now it’s time to focus on short game and go for mid singles this year.

I’ve never really used a putting guide. I read the Utley book but didn’t agree bibld every little detail I’d recommend picking up the Z-Factor or doing something like buying a metal yardstick and making your own small arc with three tees.

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If not, please start a new topic. Posted February 14, Has anybody read Dave Pelz’s Putting Bible? I’ve just bought the book, but should have asked around before I did so. Putting is definitely the weakest part of my game. Shot a 77 yesterday, but didn’t even give one of my birdie putts a chance. Didn’t even lip out on any of them, just plain missed them. Had 12 chances at birdie and not one.

Share this post Link to post Share on other sites. I feel your pain brother. Putting is the achilles of my golf game as well. I have read Pelz’s book twice as well as Utley’s “The art of putting”. I am more of a pelz putter I use the term “putter” loosely. Pelz gives a lot of good info about why but fails a little in the how department. I learned a lot from it eventhough I am more of a “Utley” style of putting.


Stuart – try something for me. Practice your putting, with this routine. Read your putt, pick your line, your aiming spot, whatever.

Get over your putt and buble yourself to that spot. Once your aligned, say out loud to yourself: I mean, it’s done for a reason well, for those who do it. They get over their putt and question their line, their alignment, the speed. Once you’re there, certainly a good stroke does not involve manipulating the putter head to change your line, and – although we should smoothly accelerate through the ball – we shouldn’t overly speed up or down during our pel.

The freedom from that trust will be reflected in the lack of tension – and thus accuracy and precision – of your resulting stroke. Posted February 15, They’re great because they clear up so many questions about the short game you may have. Personally, I think most of Utley’s stuff in junk.

It’s also good to get some of Pelz’s training aids, particularly the putter clips. Practice with those alone and you’ll shave a substantial amount of putts off your game. Putring, Achievements, and Accolades.

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Thanks for all of your comments guys. Sonic I totally agree with the idea of trusting your stroke and psyching yourself up. For some reason, some days I walk onto the green and I’ll just plain old pretend to be confident and tell myself I can make any putt, and unbelievably I putt much better. Other days it seems I can’t get enough energy to tell myself those lies, and resultantly, I putt like crap. Richie, my cousin recommended Pelz’s clips to me a while back, so I think I’m going to try and track those down.

I never seem to be able to find them whenever I happen to be in a golf store though.

pwlz I have a new putting drill. Putt two balls together into the hole from say 5 feet in and less. What this does is get your stroke perfect. If you cut or decelerate the clubhead the balls won’t roll together. The secret to short putts is to release the clubhead to the hole on line with a short backswing. Davs think if you can sink them from 5 feet in most of the time, the longer daev take care of themselves. Posted February 16, pitting Pelz is more of a square to square guy if memory serves me If I ever get hot with my puttung when the rest of my game is firing, I may actually shoot par From my experience, almost all putters that tell me that the straight back and thru doesn’t work for them usually are doing something technically wrong and that causes them to force their hands to keep it straight pel and thru.


The putting stroke is one of the few things in golf about which I’m adamant. Posted February 19, Posted February 20, I agree with the contention that we all go inside to square to inside. No matter how straight I try to take the putter back, if I go back far enough my club comes inside. I have pretty much accepted this and I think I’ve improved just from not struggling against the natural order of it.

I have been studying the majority of strokes I see, and it seems to hold true for everybody. I just finished reading Tiger’s book, and am now holding the putter much lighter in my hands. That alone has improved outting feel. I am also messing around with trying to keep my eye on the hole when I’m lag putting to help improve my feel for distances on the greens. Posted February 23, How do you tell the difference between an arc stroke or straight back and straight through stroke?

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Sign in Already have an account? Did You Have a Eureka Moment? Want to join this community? We’d love to have you! I hope you at least take a drink now and then! Not a singular darkness to light moment, but this year everything is finally clicking together and it did manifest fairly quickly in a couple of rounds. No mechanical eureka moments, just trying to improve step by step, but my biggest eye opener was getting fitted for clubs.

I have decent swing speed and watching my dispersion with driver and irons shrink a ton just by changing shafts was shocking to me. At times Puutting have left the range because there was no point, couldn’t see anything and not just because of the puttlng but because of the gray pekz, the balls, which are grey from so much usewould blend into the sky even on mid iron shots. Well, I went to ibble range today hoping to get better videos. Unfortunately after I warmed up a little bit and set up my camera, I was only able to film one swing before it started down pouring.

Any video tips other than that I need to get the angle more down the toe line? This dzve is a 6 iron which started on target and drew about 5 yards left of target. Fall colors pre peak. Sign In Sign Up. The popup will be closed in 10 seconds