How to Win the US Open: And Never Play a Round on the PGA Tour

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iUniverse, 2007 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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Professional golfer, mid handicap or beginner. Is it possible for any golfer, regardless of their current status to win the biggest prize in golf? "YES!" says Richard Trammel, author of How to Win the US Open. How is this possible? The answers can be found is this fascinating book on golf instruction that will educate every level player from the novice to the experienced touring pro. Trammel brings to you a new way of looking at instruction. This book is broken down into different levels depending on where you are at the time of reading. From the basics of the grip to the mental side of the game, Richard lends an optimistic look at your improvement with useful antidotes taken from his past successes and failures.

You will learn what it takes to start your own golf shop and the roadblocks that might await you. Trammel gives you the maps to avoid all the pitfalls in that slippery business. Do you want to start an internet business? Trammel will give you invaluable advice on the "How To's" of this venture as well. How to Win the US Open is also stuffed full of golf stories that only a golf professional can tell. Read how Trammel challenged Tiger Woods to a dual. Or the time he was on a FootJoy set with Phil Mickelson, David Duval, Justin Leonard and Davis Love III..

Every golfer has great stories and this book will entertain you with of some Richard's incredible tales as he navigates his story to you. Richard Trammel will inspire you to challenge the golf community status quo and be a winner both on an off the course. Are you up to the challenge? Can you imagine yourself raising the Open Trophy above your head in victory or your club championship? You only live once and somebody has to win. It might as well be you. Let's get cracking!

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