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"The Putting Prescription" by Dr. Craig Farnsworth

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This is a really great putting book! The author is a sport optometrist, and he advocates using your dominant eye for putting as it is very important. He tells you in the book how to find your dominant eye in the beginning then recommends the most natural set-up for your dominant eye in putting. Basically if you're cross-eye dominant (right-handed but left-eye dominant), he advocates a closed to square stance rather than an open stance to see your line better. He's an inside-square-inside putting path guy, but he tells you how to do a straight-back straight-through stroke in the book if you're that kind of putter. He's a big advocate of aiming squarely, as it is crucial to great putting. And the book also has an index if you're missing putts either left or right. There are 2 chapters in the book that has pushing putts in one chapter, and pulling putts in the other chapter, and he explains lots of drills to fix pushing or pulling. He's also an AimPoint guy, but he explains green-reading in the book if you don't want to do the AimPoint way. Overall, it's a great book! I highly recommend it :-D

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