He will be preparing for his wedding with his girlfriend of the past five years, Pippa Southey.
Puttick said they will be settling in Claremont.
Talking about the off-season, Puttick added that he will continue to invest time in the sun cream-business Sun Armour, which was developed with Alistair Gray and Dane Vilas, the past year.
Puttick had an annus mirabilis in terms of runs scored, especially in the Momentum One Day Cup competition. The left-handed opener struck 652 runs at an average of 72.44. It included a century and seven fifties.
In the Sunfoil Series, he struck 478 runs (average of 43.45).
It included two centuries.
“I would like to continue to fire in 2015/2016 and keep the Nashua Cape Cobras at the top of South African cricket,” he said.
Puttick said the four-day competition did not yield a trophy in 2014/2015, possibly because the Cobras were unsettled. “I think we featured four captains in four successive games. We had players representing South Africa A, South Africa, we also had injuries and fielded a number of inexperienced players.
“When a more settled team played towards the end of the season, we displayed great consistency and the results started going our way,” he added.
Puttick said he will be taking a break in May and June and believes that will provide him with the mental freshness so that he can return to the game rejuvenated and ready to contribute to another cabinet-filled season for the Cobras.