All Ya Gotta Do Is Aim
"For any golfer, 'All ya gotta do is aim' seems simple enough. But PGA Master Professional Bob Putt's great new book, All You Gotta Do Is Aim, unlocks this simple concept and breaks it down into easy-to-understand lessons for golfing success. From hotel ballrooms to interaction with stars and amateur golfers, Bob has compiled the lessons that All You Gotta Do is Aim offers to help improve your game. All You Gotta DoIs Aim is an entertaining and enjoyable read about one of golf's most overlooked, but helpful concepts for pros and hooked weekend hackers. Alike." --Art Stricklin, Sports Illustrated; President, Texas Golf Writers Association "You made a good shot! But you were just aimed over there." "All ya gotta do is Aim"
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CHAPTER ONE Intermediate Target
CHAPTER FOUR Hand Position
CHAPTER SIX Looking at Your Target
CHAPTER ELEVEN Head PositionEyeline
CHAPTER FIFTEEN Ball Position
CHAPTER EIGHTEEN Checking Your Putter Face Alignment
CHAPTER TWENTY Short Game Alignment
CHAPTER TWENTYTWO Goals to Accomplish
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