Advanced Golf: Steps to Success

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Leisure Press, 1992 - Sports & Recreation - 170 pages
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In this second-level golf manual, intermediate to advanced golfers take 14 additional steps to advanced golf success. This skill-progression helps readers learn advanced swing techniques and strategies for controlling ball flight, as well as controlling attention and anxiety during competition.

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A teaching professional and a sports psychologist here combine to write a book on the fundamentals and strategies of golf. Like most books about the game, it provides insights on how to play in wind ... Read full review


Swing Fundamentals
Controlling Ball Flight
Controlling Distance

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About the author (1992)

DEDE OWENS Ed.D., is a teaching professional at Cog Hill Golf Club in Lemont, Illinois, a staff member of Callaway Golf Company, and a professional advisory staff member of Golf Digest. She is a two-time LPGA Teacher of the Year, national president of the LPGA Teaching Division, and was recently named one of golf's top one hundred teaching professionals by Golf Magazine. Dr. Owens has also published five other books on golf.

DAN KIRSCHENBAUM Ph.D., is director of the Center for Behavioral Medicine in Chicago, Illinois, and professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Northwestern University Medical School. He has published six other books and over a hundred articles in professional journals and books. He is also on the U.S. Olympic Committee's Sport Psychology Advisory Group and is past president of the sport psychology division of the American Psychological Association.

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