Author – Gary Nicol

Born in Scotland, Gary Nicol turned professional in 1988.

Since then, he has travelled the world coaching golfers of all standards from weekend players to tour pros including Ryder Cup players, Olympians and winners of major championships.

Gary is a certified TrackMan Master and Mind Factor coach and is based at the stunning Archerfield Links on Scotland’s Golf Coast.

Email | gary@tpegs.com

Author – Karl Morris

Karl Morris has been involved in performance coaching for 30 years.

In that time, he has worked with multiple major winners in golf – including Darren Clarke and Graeme McDowell – Ashes-winning captains in cricket as well as Premier League and international footballers.

His passion has always been to make mental game coaching both practical and applicable.

Email | karl@themindfactor.com

Foreword – Paul Lawrie

Paul Lawrie turned professional in 1986 and became a member of the European Tour in 1993.

In 1999 Paul’s career was transformed as he famously defeated Jean van de Velde and Justin Leonard in a four-hole play-off at the 1999 Open at Carnoustie.

He went on to represent Europe later that year at the Ryder Cup in Brookline and would add a further five European Tour victories before representing Europe again at the 2012 Ryder Cup at Medinah.

Editor – Dan Murphy

The Lost Art of Putting was edited by experienced golf writer Dan Murphy.

Dan has worked in sports journalism for nearly 20 years, working his way through the ranks at Sports Publications after a grounding in sports media at the Press Association news agency and the Independent newspaper.

The longest-serving editor in the golf industry, Dan is a member of the Association of Golf Writers