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GET THE TOUR TOUCH!
How do PGA players excel on the world's toughest courses when you can't even break 80 at your local club? It's more than just natural talent and dedicated practice. Tour pros have the secrets--closely-held keys to full-swing and short-game success that most golfers never have the opportunity to learn.
Now with the help of Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers in America, the industry's elite instructors, and insights from the game's biggest stars, you'll unlock the methods to elevate your game to the highest level. In Play Like a Pro, you'll find the essential moves of the game's top-ranked players including:
Tiger Woods's stinger Bubba Watson's power drive Rory McIlroy's perfect impact position Phil Mickelson's mega-lobs and flops Luke Donald's effortless bunker technique
In these expert lessons (supported by highspeed swing-sequence photography) theTop 100 Teachers break down must-have techniques and show how to incorporate them into your motion quickly and easily. Play Like a Pro also features Scan-It/See-It technology, seamlessly connecting you to 65 instruction videos via your smartphone or tablet that bring these crucial moves to life. In short order, you'll gain the necessary skills to play like a scratch golfer wherever you tee it up.
Don't Just Watch the Stars. Play Like Them!
About the Author
, one of the most widely read golf publications in the world, presents award-winning features and articles every month to help golfers stay on top of their game. Golf.com provides up-to-the-minute news from the professional tours, live scoring, and course and equipment ratings that can't be found anywhere else. Its video instruction library features hundreds of score-saving tips and drills from the Top 100 Teachers in America.
THE TOP 100 TEACHERS IN AMERICA, Golf Magazine's team of instruction professionals, are recognized as the best coaches in the game. There are more than 28,000 PGA of America members, and the magazine selects only the 100 most elite among them to help golfers lower their scores, improve their swing, hammer the ball longer and putt the lights out. For more information, visit golf.com/instruction.