Plumb Bob Correctly

Written by: Tony Korologos | Tuesday, March 1st, 2011
Categories: Golf BooksGolf InstructionInstructionReviews

Plum Bob CorrectlyWow this is my 2nd golf book review in one day.  I’m on fire.  Granted, this book is less than 10 pages long but who is counting?

I don’t plum bob on the putting green.  Never have.  But I have buddies who do.  I’ve always worried that I’m not hanging the putter shaft perfectly vertical and that I’ll get a worse read as a result.  Now that I know more about it, I may give it a try.

For those who do plum bob and want to improve, or those who want to learn how to plum bob on the greens, here’s a book for you.  Plum Bob Correctly is a tiny reference book by Jack Geers.  This short and easy to read book is small enough to fit in your pocket or your golf bag and goes through the how and why of plum bobbing putts.

If you don’t plumb bob and you miss read putts often, give this a shot.  You might make more putts and lower your scores.

One response to “Plumb Bob Correctly”

  1. kebgolfer says:

    I don’t Plum Bob, as I have tried it in the past and it didn’t work for me. Maybe I was doing something wrong? Okay. I’m going to get the book and give it another try. Anything to lower my scores. Thank you.