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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book.
Sample Book Insights:
#1 The importance of putting is as old as golf itself. For more than two centuries, the mistaken idea that putting is the key to scoring has been the settled wisdom of experts and nonexperts alike.
#2 The observation that a missed putt can’t be made up for with a good putt is literally true, but it is wrong to attribute each golfer’s score to a single shot. The final score on a hole typically results from the accumulation of fractional gains and losses on each stroke.
#3 The effects of one shot on another are not limited to putting. Some golfers may gain confidence from booming a drive down the middle of the fairway, while knocking an approach shot to within one foot of the hole takes the pressure off the putt.
#4 Anecdotal evidence abounds that history revolves around the putt. The list of important off-green shots is just as impressive.