A Woman's Own Golf Book: Simple Lessons for a Lifetime of Great Golf

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St. Martin's Press, May 23, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
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Legendary instructor Harvey Penick enchanted students with his homespun approach to golf. He also mentored a small core of successful teachers who now carry on his simplicity, humor, and rock-solid belief in the fundamentals. One of his students, Barbara Puett, together with Jim Apfelbaum, has written a book that demystifies golf’s complexities from a woman’s unique perspective. A Woman’s Own Golf Book acknowledges that millions of women attracted to the game have other demands on their time. A companion to Puett’s sold-out clinics and seminars, the book features beautiful illustrations, and a package that like the memory of her beloved teacher, will stand the test of time.

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About the author (2002)

Barbara Puett is a professional golfer and runs her own golf school. She is a regular columnist for Golf For Women magazine, has coauthored the book Golf Etiquette with Jim Alpfelbaum, and lives in Austin, Texas.

Jim Apfelbaum is a senior writer for America Online's Golf magazine, and writes widely for golfing magazines. He is the author of Golf on $30 a Day and coauthored Golf Etiquette.

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