HOW I LEARNED TO SHOOT 75, OCCASIONALLY
- A FANATIC'S APPROACH TO GOLF
GOLF BOOK, that explains how an average guy improved his golf game by learning to play smarter.
The basic premise is there is far more to the game than just hitting a golf ball. The general approach is one of using thought and common sense to lower scoring as opposed to the traditional methods of extensive practice and playing.
- The specific stages the author experienced.
- Choosing a home course.
- The mental aspects.
- Weather conditions.
- Short putts.
- Pre-shot checklists and routines.
- Course management.
- Trouble shots.
- Playing a strange course.
- Taking advantage of the rules.
This book is aimed at those who understand they are not a touring pro and will never be one. The pros are freaks (I mean this nicely) and the best in the world. This book is aimed at average people who just want to improve their game. Not by hitting hundreds of golf balls, but by playing smarter.
The book explains one way to become a good golfer but not a professional golfer. This is what the majority of golfers are trying to achieve. Simple, but most seem to have overlooked this point.
The information presented is detailed and comprehensive. A quick and simple answer to such a complex game does not exist.
Not all ideas are applicable to everyone but there are ideas for all levels of players.
- Barry Ceminchuk, August 2012
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