A Beginner's Guide to Golf

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Shooting Star Press, Oct 20, 1997 - Golf - 111 pages
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Golf tests your coordination, skills, and nerve. To succeed, you have to know which equipment to choose; understand the basic elements of the swing; and always play the ball confidently, no matter where you're shooting from. Here's everything beginners must know to go out and play successfully. * Every golfing technique, from perfect drives down the fairway to short games--the key to good scores. * Inside facts on what makes a good golf stroke: the stance, grip, body alignment, correct aim, and swing. * The correction for common problems that cause bad shots, such as the slice. * Hints for hitting from the side of a hill or other tricky position. * The secret to getting out of a sandtrap every time. * The secret to improving your game even when you can't get to the course, using a golf swing simulator. * How to avoid hazards, and the secrets professionals know to beat the course and score better. Soon your bogies will be turning into birdies and eagles! 112 pages (all in color), 8 3/4 x 11 5/8.

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INTRODUCTION
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APPLYING YOUR SKILLS
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