Techtv's Guide to the Golf Revolution: How Technology Is Driving the Game

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NEW RIDERS PUBL, Dec 1, 2003 - Computers - 176 pages
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You've lifted weights to improve your strength. You've taken ballet classes to improve your grace. You've enrolled in putting clinics and driving seminars. You've even gone on golfing vacations. (How you suffer!) You've done everything you can think of to improve yourself in pursuit of a better golf game; why not see how technology can help? In these pages, noted golf author (and darn good golfer himself)Andy Brumerprovides fascinating insight into how technology is changing the game of golf and how you can improve your game because of it. You'll find a four-color, highly illustrated assessment of the latest technology being employed in clubs, balls, and every other golf-related item you can think of as well as an examination of how that technology is affecting the game. Peppered throughout are interviews with golf-world greats like Arnold Palmer, Gary Player, Phil Mickelson, Barney Adams (inventor of the Tight Lies fairway woods), Justin Leonard, Amy Alcott, a top ladies professional, and more.

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COR Hits It Far
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About Face
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About the author (2003)

Andy Brumerhas written for virtually all of golf's major magazines, including Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Golf Illustrated, Sports Illustrated Golf Plus, Travel and Leisure Golf, Links Magazine, Golfweek, The Golfer, Golf for Women, Golf Tips, and others. His golf writing has also appeared in other magazines and newspapers, including The Los Angeles Times, The Wall Street Journal, Westways Magazine, Sport Magazine, Luxury Living Magazine, Stratos Magazine, and others. He has been editor of Golf Tips and Petersen's Golfing.

Andy also writes extensively on fine art and literature and publishes book reviews in The New York Times Book Review and other publications. He is the author of Turtle, a national award-winning book of poetry.

Andy currently holds a four handicap. He played Division One golf at Rutgers University before transferring to the University of Wisconsin, where he earned his B.A. degree in English Literature. He also holds an M.A. in Creative Arts from San Francisco State University.

He lives in Alhambra, California, near Los Angeles.

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