The Lost Art of Putting
With a foreword from the 1999 Open champion Paul Lawrie
Does the stroke create the putt or does the putt create the stroke?
To be child-like is to have a simple fascination in getting the ball into the hole and to love the task of doing so.
To be childish is to expect a certain outcome will come your way, that you deserve to hole the putt or that you shouldn’t miss from a certain distance.
The Lost Art of Putting will help you become more child-like on the greens and less childish.
The perspective and concepts they share with you in this book have the potential to liberate you so that you can experience what you are truly capable of on the greens.
The Lost Art of Playing Golf
With a foreword from Rudy Duran, Tiger Woods’ first coach.
Does the swing create the shot or does the shot create the swing?
With The Lost Art of Playing Golf, Gary Nicol and Karl Morris have once again written an absolute gem to help you on your journey to becoming the best possible version of you as a golfer. Clarity not clutter.
The Lost Art of the Short Game
With a foreword from Bob Vokey, the godfather of wedges.
The Lost Art of the Short Game will change the way you think about chipping, pitching, and bunker play. It will help you to embrace the challenge and relish the opportunity to show your skills and touch.
This book has the power to make you feel differently about the game as a whole by freeing you from the shackles you have imposed yourself on your short game.
Learn how to be liberated around the greens and therefore shoot the scores you always knew you were capable of.