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Last night I started re-reading Dave Pelz's "Putting Bible" book. 

Not looking for any tips, or instruction, as I am happy with my  putting game. 

It's still a decent book, and  I think some would benefit from the info it provides. 

I just like reading about golf, and this book serves that purpose well. 

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I am reading "Walk the Winning Ways of Golf's Greatest" which is a collection of how the great players in golf got to where they are now. Backgrounds and training of Koepka, Rory, DJ, Tiger and more.

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