A Woman's Guide to Golf: Techniques and Tips from Golfers

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BBS Publishing Corporation, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 192 pages
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This detailed guide features a stellar line-up of women golf pros for answers to every type of problem, from swing to puff. After nearly two decades of amateur playing, author Shirli Kaskie learned that a woman's golf game is distinct from a man's. Women use different clubs, hit with their own type of swing, and possess a different approach to the game. Designed for women golfers of all ages and skill levels, this book is packed with pro advice from Nancy Lopez, Amy Alcott, Beth Daniel, Sally Little, Hollis Stacy, Sandra Palmer, Judy Rankin, and others. "A Woman's Guide to Golf" is the fully illustrated, essential reference for beginners as well as seasoned players interested in sharpening specific skills. Choosing the right club, getting the most out of practice time, adding distance to shots, mastering special shots, and following the courtesies of golf are just a few of the topics covered by the pros in this comprehensive manual.

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Contents

The Basic Swing
13
The Medium Irons
33
The Short Game
59
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About the author (1999)

Kaskie, an amateur golfer for eighteen years.

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