Testimonials (from Golf Putting Lines' readers)

Here we have excerpts of sample testimonials we received from our readers. If you also want to share your opinions with us just use our form available on the page “contacts & links”.

After reading your ebook I started focusing more on the anticipated line than anything else. This helped a lot to discover a point to aim. Results are impressive, mainly in medium range putts." (A. S. - Houston/Texas/USA)


A. S. was one of the first clients to send me a testimonial. We kept in touch and discussed a lot about several subjects treated in my ebook. He is an interesting man that loves golf and believes that putting is the “cheapest” way to lower his handicap. Recently I noticed that some stuff in the emails we exchanged could be useful for other golfers and asked him permission to use it. Here you have some edited excerpts:

M. W. - How’d you describe the main change in your approach to breaking putts?

A. S. - I was taught that we must squat down behind the ball, observe the ball-hole line and guess how much to the right or to the left of the hole we should aim. It was like shooting in the dark. After reading your ebook I realised that I need to deal with curves and tangents and that it seems difficult but it isn’t.

M. W. - Did you find a way to make it simple?

A. S. - As long as I understood the concepts I got convinced and just looked for a solution to make them work for me. I don’t believe I discovered something new.

M. W. - What’s your approach when you face a breaking putt?

A. S. – The first thing for me is looking from behind the ball to see how big is the slope for that putt. The second thing I check is the free fall-line.  
Then I want to know if that putt is going up or going down. Sometimes it’s crystal clear but in some cases I have to observe with my shoulders parallel to the ball-hole line and roughly at the same distance from each one of them. From that point I use the data gathered and I try to imagine the shape of the parabola for that putt. Then I look again from behind the ball and figure out what’s the tangent for that parabola. I don’t care about anything else.

M. W. - Is it easy to find the free fall-line?

A. S. - No, it isn’t. For me the best solution is to look for a spot below the hole that would allow a no break putt if the ball was on it.


"This is a kind of  Egg of Columbus  after we read it. Just focus on the line to find the aim point. Great! Worth every cent! Thanks." (D. L. – Santa Monica/California/USA)

"This is a handy inexpensive eBook that explains clearly how putts break on sloping greens. Putting on a slope is not easy, but we will make it a lot more difficult if we have no idea where to aim. The text and numerous colored diagrams have help me to pick better lines when faced with putts across the slope and, as far as I know, the information in this eBook can't be found anywhere else. This is a good instructional text."   (A. P. – Cape Town/South Africa)


"Finally something different! It was time to have someone writing things we haven't seen yet. Congratulations for your insightful analysis of breaking putts. After I understood how things happen on sloping greens, fear from breaking putts disappeared and now I make much more successful putts. Quite impressive."    (H. S. - Bakersfield/California/USA)

"Your ebook is serious stuff. After reading it, putting became a different "game" for me. Now I putt to see if things happen as I anticipated, not to discover what will happen. The results are great. Thanks!"   (C. B. - Adelaide/Australia)

"You are right. I decided to follow your advice, kept my putting technique and I am really holing much more putts. Now I can “see” the ball track before hitting the ball. Thanks for the great tips."     (J. G. - Manchester/UK)

"Congratulations! I just finished reading through your book. I think it is great. I believe it is a fine tool for those who want to improve their golf level and get better results." (F. M. - Seminole/Florida/USA)


"... your book makes a direct link between some theoretical issues and the right understanding of putting lines, in different real situations that every one of us has to face during a round of golf.
...you deliver in a remarkable way an interesting set of complex issues, using common  words and concepts that make it accessible for everyone with an average background."
(M. D. - Lisbon/Portugal)