Golfweek's One Hundred and One Winning Golf Tips
Whether you’re a beginner about to take up the game or a seasoned veteran, you’re looking for ways to improve your game, lower your score, and have more fun on the links. Small enough to fit inside your golf bag and fully endorsed by the editors of Golfweek magazine, this helpful volume contains tips for golfers of all skill and experience levels: choosing the right equipment; gripping the club; stance and set-up; proper swing fundamentals; driving, chipping, putting; executing trouble shots; the mental game; and much more. If you are a duffer looking to break 100 for the first time, or a scratch golfer looking to cut one more stroke from your card, this book will really help.
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