Unconscious Putting: Dave Stockton's Guide to Unlocking Your Signature Stroke

Unconscious Putting Dave Stockton s Guide to Unlocking Your Signature Stroke The Pro Tours Hottest Coach Golf Digest reveals the secrets that helped Phil Mickelson win the Masters and can utterly transform every player s game When a resurgent Phil Mickelson won the Tour C

  • Title: Unconscious Putting: Dave Stockton's Guide to Unlocking Your Signature Stroke
  • Author: Dave Stockton Matthew Rudy
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 163
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Pro Tours Hottest Coach Golf Digest reveals the secrets that helped Phil Mickelson win the 2010 Masters and can utterly transform every player s game.When a resurgent Phil Mickelson won the Tour Championship in September 2009, he was quick to credit a series of simple putting lessons from veteran golf champion and instructor Dave Stockton As a top coach, Stockt The Pro Tours Hottest Coach Golf Digest reveals the secrets that helped Phil Mickelson win the 2010 Masters and can utterly transform every player s game.When a resurgent Phil Mickelson won the Tour Championship in September 2009, he was quick to credit a series of simple putting lessons from veteran golf champion and instructor Dave Stockton As a top coach, Stockton has taught a long list of pro players including Annika Sorenstam, Yani Tseng winner of four LPGA tournaments , Adam Scott Texas Open champion , Hunter Mahan Phoenix Open champion , and Morgan Pressel World Ladies Championship of Japan winner the putting strategies that finessed their game.Stockton s breakthrough concept is that every player has their own Signature Stroke, which is unconscious Good putting comes from the mind, Stockton says, not from a series of stiff mechanical positions With visualization, the right frame of mind, an efficient pre putt routine, and connection to the individual internal stroke signature, any player can make far putts Putting has always been taught as an offshoot to the full swing, when in reality it is far different almost a different game Unconscious Putting will help players get out of the rigid, mechanical, overthinking trap.In Unconscious Putting, Stockton shows how players at every handicap level from pros to weekend golfers can putt effortlessly and with confidence by integrating a new mental approach with a few simple physical routines that will keep them locked on target Readers will also gain invaluable advice on reading greens and equipment Illustrated throughout and filled with anecdotes about how Stockton s lessons have helped today s leading players, Unconscious Putting is a must have golf book and a category classic in the making.

    One thought on “Unconscious Putting: Dave Stockton's Guide to Unlocking Your Signature Stroke”

    1. Eye openingGetting back to basics and getting out of your own way makes perfect sense. Bteaking it down to the simplest of thoughts (and expectations) is the ideal way to face the intricacies of putting

    2. Unconscious Putting could have been written in 25 pages or less. The insights into setting up and performing the putting stroke are useful and should be able to help anyone to improve their putting routine. If you 19ve been able to catch Dave Stockton on the Golf Channel demonstrating his Unconscious Putting you really don 19t need to red the book unless you want to learn more stories of it 19s success. I do wish that more golfers would follow his advice simply to speed up play.

    3. It simply worksThe insight of anyone who's been in the thick of it, so to speak, is pretty invaluable. Dave's got the additional talent of transferring the feels and and the mind pictures required in effective putting. The only thing I can say is It simply works. Don't go out shooting your putt off (pun intended) do every single putt with intent and it all starts to focus into a Stockton putt.

    4. I did not find this book to be especially helpful. Rather than a "how to," this book is more a description of how Stockton, himself, putts. There are a few practice tips in the book, and they are accompanied by photos but, in general, the book is a little light. It is only 93 pages long, and a lot of those pages contain photos. I would not recommend this book.

    5. ☺Outstanding PrinciplesGreat read about taking the clutter out of your head to become better at putting. Went out to try these principles on local putting green and I was amazed how I could get within 18 inches and to make more putts. Thankyou Dave

    6. Just the reinforcement I needPurposely steering away from too much discussion of mechanics, this takes on the thinking aspect of game: process, line speed and the roll are the main focus throughout.

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