Golf magazine private lessons: the best of the best instruction

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Abrams, 2006 - Sports & Recreation - 303 pages
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Longtime readers of Golf Magazine know that the Private Lessons feature is the place to go for tips, tricks, and instructions that will get even the lowliest duffer swinging like a pro. Now the magazine's editors have compiled the best of these lessons into one indispensable volume. Easy-to-follow instructions, accompanied by more than 750 full-color illustrations, illuminate every aspect of the game, from approaching the tee to hitting out of trouble to improving a suspect short game. Best of all, this is the rare instructional golf book that anyone can use; women, seniors, and high and low handicappers alike will benefit from having golf's eternal verities broken down into readily digestible bites. It's the perfect gift for the links lover, and just in time for Father's Day.

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Foreword by David M Clarke
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