Synopses & Reviews
Getting through a day off the links
Minor obligations like work and family shouldn’t stand in the way of your game. Undercover Golf will help you perfect your grip, your stance, your swing, and your putt—anytime, anywhere—without anyone catching on, and without clubs, balls or tees.
You’ll learn how to:
• Check proper hand position in a meeting
• Practice weight distribution while drinking at a bar
• Turn your center point while sweeping in the kitchen
• Practice inside arm/knee pressure while hugging your significant other
Whether you are hiking, shopping, mopping, or dining out, this complete secret swingers training course means time spent off the course doesn’t have to be time spent off your game.
Are your family and job interfering with your golf game? Do you need more time to perfect your stance, swing, aim, and putt? Undercover Golf shows how to practice essential golf skills while appearing to perform genuinely useful household or work-related tasks.
You'll learn how to read the green -- while vacuuming a carpet. You'll practice adjusting your grip pressure -- while shoveling snow. You'll even learn how to assess your body and ball lines -- while washing your hands
Each of these essential skills is presented with detailed instructions and helpful illustrations. With Undercover Golf, shopping for groceries and walking the dog will no longer interfere with your golf game -- in fact, they'll help you perfect it
About the Author
Joe Borgenicht is a writer and avid golfer. He swings a club every day in his office or front yard. Between rounds, he has co-authored The Action Hero’s Handbook, The Action Heroine’s Handbook, and The Baby Owner’s Manual. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah. R.D. Robinson has been associated with the golf industry for over 40 years. He is a Class A member of the PGA and is the director of Project GAIN at the University of Utah. He lives in Salt Lake City, Utah.