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Tension free Golf

Author : Dean Reinmuth
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Completely updated for 2003, this classic golf book features new chapters on the short game and trouble shots, explains how tension destroys the swing, shows how to build a free swing, and offers tips for readers to teach themselves. Photos.

Contemporary Golf Fundamentals

Author : Zar Petkov
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This book will show you the myriad reasonsmore than seventy-five in allwhy you should abandon the accepted fundamentals, the normal setup point address, which you have always known and taken for granted. Those so-called fundamentals are anything but normal, leading only to back injuries and left-leg traumas instead of enabling you to feel the JOY of golf away from the hospital. There is a reason the drug companies for back and joint pain relief advertise on the Golf Channel: thats where their customers are.

Moments That Matter

Author : Dan Quayle
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With grace and charm, former vice president Dan Quayle and his wife Marilyn open the doors to their hearts and home with personal experiences which affirm family from their growing up years though their years in Washington. Because they believe our culture reflects its core values, the Quayles encourage families to teach and exemplify Christian values to their children.

Golf with Your Hands

Author : Louis Thomas Stanley
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Body Friendly Golf

Author : J. D. Dill
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This book is designed to help the golfer play pain-free and to take strokes off his or her game.

Understanding the Golf Swing

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This modern classic of golf instruction by renowned teacher Manuel de la Torre (the 1986 PGA Teacher of the Year and the #11 teacher in America as ranked by the editors of Golf Digest in 2007) presents a simpler approach to the golf swing based on Ernest Jones’s principles. Understanding the Golf Swing includes information on the philosophy of the golf swing (with emphasis on the development of a true swinging motion), the most thorough analysis of ball flights available, and analysis of the principles of special shot play (including sand play, pitching, chipping, putting, and playing unusual shots) and the mental side of golf and effective course management. The final chapter offers an organized approach to understanding golf courses and playing conditions. The result is a blend of philosophy and practical advice found in few golf instructional books.

The Senior Golfer s Answer Book

Author : Syd Harriet
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Clear answers to every imaginable problem related to both golf and aging.

How to Play Consistent Golf

Author : Tom Kite
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The biggest money-winner in the history of golf shows players how to lower their scores and keep them there. Illustrated with helpful sequence photos of Kite and other PGA Tour pros, this is a must-have guide for both weekend duffers and experienced pros.

Golf

Author : Nick Edmund
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A guide to golf provides information on equipment, etiquette, techniques, the rules, tournaments, and golf courses of the world.

Golf Business

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A Game Golf

Author : John Anselmo
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Presents a beginner's guide for golfers of all ages, covering everything from how to select a set of clubs to developing a reliable swing, putting, and incorporating visualization and inventive shot-making in playing the course.

The Passionate Power of Golf

Author : Wendi Keene
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Keene reveals an inspiring approach to capturing the most significant ingredients in gold, without spending a fortune doing it.

Winning Golf Made Easy

Author : Johnny M. Anderson
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Sets out to help players to improve their power, increase their accuracy, and lower their golf score, whatever their handicap.

Golfdom

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Golf Magazine s Private Lessons

Author : James A. Frank
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Private Lessons is a collection of more than 80 golf lessons from the most popular column in Golf magazine. Sections for every type of player offer wisdom on all aspects of golf: tee shots, fairway game, putting, and escaping from trouble.

KISS Guide to Playing Golf

Author : Steve Duno
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An overview of the game discusses golf fundamentals, practice, strategies, etiquette, and equipment.

The Four Cornerstones of Winning Golf

Author : Claude Harmon
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Sports Illustrated calls him "the hottest instructor in golf," GOLF Magazine rates him one of the best golf teachers in America, and Greg Norman credits him with turning around his game after Norman went two full years without a tournament win. In The Four Cornerstones of Winning Golf, renowned teaching pro Butch Harmon shares the shotmaking secrets he's taught touring professionals for years, and the par-saving techniques he's learned throughout his lifetime in golf. Is the swing the thing? To listen to the modern gurus of the game, you'd think the golf swing itself is the only thing standing between you and the low 70s. Of course, developing a sound, consistent swing is an important part of improving your game, but it's not the only, or even the most important, way to lower your scores. In The Four Cornerstones of Winning Golf, Butch Harmon teaches you how to strengthen your game by balancing four areas that are equally important to your final results: ball striking, the short game, the mental side and course management, and physical conditioning. The result is an evenly proportioned approach to mastering the whole game of golf. Since the full swing -- ball striking -- is only one of the four cornerstones, you should spend as much time as you do on the range practicing your short game -- including putting, chipping, and pitching -- which more often than not will make the difference in saving par or making birdies. A strong mental game coupled with shrewd course management -- learning to think your way through every hole -- will lessen the damage done by your inevitable small mistakes, and can give you an added edge over the rest of your foursome. And sound physical conditioning -- daily exercises for strength and flexibility -- can help you maintain that edge, improve your practice, and even help with such difficult shots as long carries out of the rough. These four cornerstones are the key to winning golf. Butch Harmon comes from a fine golfing tradition. His late father, Claude Harmon, Sr., was the 1948 Masters champion and a well-respected teacher in his own right. While his father never published a book of his own, Butch here passes along many of the shotmaking techniques he learned from a lifetime of watching and listening to his father teach. Butch also shares the lessons he has taught Greg Norman, Davis Love III, and Tiger Woods -- methods that have helped each of them reach the top of his game, and methods you can use to cure your own swing faults as well. Complete with line drawings and instructional photographs, simple drills and expert tips, The Four Cornerstones of Winning Golf will help you find the sound advice, helpful hints, and strong mental approach you need to play your best golf all the time. As Greg Norman writes in the foreword, "There may be more famous instructors than Butch, but none are better."

The Duffer s Guide to Bogey Golf

Author : Brian Swarbrick
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Golf Secrets

Author : James A. Frank
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Tee-to-green solutions for golf's toughest problems from the former editor of Golf Magazine.

The PGA Manual of Golf

Author : Gary Wiren
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Designed for golfers of every level, this guide offers techniques to improve one's game, suggestions on equipment, exercises and training regimens, and pre-shot fundamentals