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Complete Idiot's Guide to Golf (Complete Idiot's Guides)by Michelle Mcgann
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Improve your score-- get a hole in one.
This newly revised edition offers advice for beginning and intermediate players on deconstructing their swing, examining their short games, and rethinking technique. From the basic rules of play to the strategy of course management, this indispensable guide covers drills and practices from tees to chip shots, putting essentials, specialty shots, and so much more.
All new photographsdesigned by instruction experts to show readers swing, technique, grip, and other important points
Full updates on the latest golf equipment and technology
New content on keeping fit and designing workouts to help improve your game
You're no idiot, of course. You run your projects like clockwork, keep the neatest yard on the block, and even manage to plan a major family vacation. But when it comes to sinking a little white ball into a hole, you're not sure what's taking the biggest clubbing--your ego or the ball. Don't hang up the golf spikes yet! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Golf helps you build the skills you need to beomce a consistent, more successful golfer. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:
About the Author
Michelle McGann has played on the LPGA tour since 1989. She has seven tour victories, including a perfect 4-0 record in playoffs, and was a member of the winning 1996 Solheim Cup team.
Matthew Rudy is the instruction editor at Golf Digest magazine. He is the author of such golf instruction books as Breaking 90 with Johnny Miller and Golf Digest's Perfect Your Swing, and collaborated with other Golf Digest editors on Breaking 100, 90, 80. Before joining Golf Digest in 1999, he was a golf reporter at Sports Illustrated.
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