The Mental Art of Putting Book Review

If the title didn’t give it away, this book helps anyone looking to improve their putting game between the ears.  I admit, I haven’t read the book all the way through, but that might just be the beauty of it!  The Mental Art of Putting is a great reference book, because the table of contents is so detailed.  Almost every page of the book has a title, which makes navigating the book extremely easy.  I love chapter 13 because it lists out the most common putting problems, and then offers a direct solution to each problem.  Also, chapter 1 is great because it allows you to get to know yourself on the greens.  Do you die the ball at the hole like Nicklaus?  Or charge it by like Arnold Palmer?  It is important to be aware of this, yet most golfers couldn’t put a label on themselves.

If you want to fall in love with putting again and make putts every time you step on the course, this book is a great way to do that.  The authors Cohn and Winters are both highly intelligent people who have researched the human brain on the highest of levels.

Here is the print version of the book.  I hope you enjoy!