Putting has often been described as an art, but the author of this book, by trade a physicist, has analyzed it as never before, using scientific principles. Pelz has come up with a system to perfect your putting stroke -- or at least to come as close to perfect as humanly possible.
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Dave Pelz was a physicist with NASA for many years. He had harbored hopes of becoming a touring pro, but twenty-three college contests against the young Jack Nicklaus (none of which Pelz won) decided him against it. For the past fifteen years Pelz has devoted himself to the study of the physics of golf, doing consulting work with the PGA and many PGA Tour professionals.
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