Jack White Putting

The mystery of putting explained.

Jack White Putting School offers an interesting and historically educational experience about putting.

You will have the opportunity to try different methods and gain positive ideas to improve your own putting technique. An ideal school for groups of golfers or an individual.

The school is based at the practice green of Kilspindie Golf Club in East Lothian ( Scotland’s golf coast ). The school is named after the famous Professional golfer, Jack White, who won the Open Championship in 1904 at Royal St George’s. He originated from North Berwick, was the Professional at Sunningdale GC and at Musselburgh and had connections to Gullane.

Famed for his prowess at putting, which was a main factor in his tournament success, he wrote an early book about putting. We use him as a starting point to trace and explain the development and progress of putting theories, methods and the putting implements themselves. So a journey from the past to the future underpinned with history, tradition and innovation.

This is an ideal add on to your golfing tour or visit to Scotland. An experience of value to combine with the playing of many championship courses and the hidden gems.