Better by Saturday (TM) - Driving: Featuring Tips by Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers

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Grand Central Publishing, Sep 26, 2009 - Sports & Recreation - 144 pages
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Featuring Tips by Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers. Simple to remember lesson that provides an opportunity for "no practice" improvement; so readers won't need to spend hours on the range re-grooving their swings to shave strokes off their handicaps. These are truly the tops that readers can use to play better - and lower their score - immediately.

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Better by When?
Start with Ease
Ball Position
Squeeze Out Tension
Relaxed but Ready
Train Your Left Arm
Tilt Away from the Target
Down the Line
Perfect Your Pivot
Windy Driving
Wise Waggle
FirstTee Jitters

Higher and Longer
Address with the Heel
Eyes on Plane
Set the Right Hand
Club Height
See Your Grip
Leg Drive
Wind Your Body
Right at the Top
Straight Arm
Club Acceleration
A Bigger Hip Turn
Maximum Coil
Stay Flexed
More Extension
Wide Backswing
Knuckles to Ground
Shoulder Turn
Flatten Your Swing
The Right Arc
Draws and Fades
Aim Then Align
Stay Coiled
Smooth Takeaway
The Low Stinger
Dogleg Dangers
Aim the Ball First
Fairway or Bust
When to Hit 3Wood
Turn Like a Windmill
Backward Drill
CenterFace Contact
FullBody Release
Brush the Logo
Better Balance
The Finish
Pull for Power
Wrist Hinge
Stop Slicing
OneMinute WarmUp
Sitting Floor Twist
Daily Double
OnDeck Drill
Side Bends
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Greg Midland is the editor of "The Met Golfer", the official publication of the Metropolitan Golf Association.

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