How To Shoot Your Age In Golf

Author: Gary McClure
Editor: CreateSpace
ISBN: 9781499603507
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A Great Gift for Dad and retirees with over 70 instructional photos & diagrams! I did it! I shot my age in golf—and you can too! This book is for you, a retired “Super Senior” golfer who is 65+ years old and really wants to accomplish the amazing goal of shooting your age in golf. With the help of my co-author, Mike Hogan, PGA Teaching Professional, I, at age 74 with a handicap of 15+, accomplished it twice in my first year of retirement. Since then, I have shot my age, or better, 32 times with a best round of 69. You can do it too! Mike and I will show you how. In this book we will provide recommendations and technical advice for seniors on all aspects of golf, including mental and physical preparation, the long and short game, practice, on-course management, and equipment.“You do not hit the ball with your backswing! Slow it down! Your backswing is all about proper position of the club with your wrists cocked to swing inside-out with acceleration through—not “at” the ball. Holding your wrist-cock as long as possible before impact combined with a full follow-through increases your clubhead speed and shot distance.”– from Chapter 5, “The Long Game”“My most important specific putting recommendation is to get the ball to the hole. There is a familiar and accurate saying that “100% of short putts don't go in.” A putt left short is an opportunity lost forever! Aim at a spot 12–18 inches beyond the hole—it will result in more putts reaching the hole, and more putts made.”– from Chapter 6, “The Short Game”

Public Papers Of The Presidents Of The United States George W Bush

Author: United States. President (2001-2009 : Bush)
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George W Bush Bk 2 July 1 To December 31 2001

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Caring Sharing Daring

Author: Fidel V. Ramos
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Offbeat Golf

Author: Robert L. Loeffelbein
Editor: Santa Monica PressLlc
ISBN: 9781891661020
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Tired of boring, staid golf books with pretty photos of fairways and the same dull anecdotes and 'helpful' tips you have heard a thousand times before? Then you are going to love this book. Author and professional duffer Bob Loeffelbein takes an inspired look at the most unusual aspects of one of the most loved -- and loathed -- games in the world. Included in Offbeat Golf are an eccentric history of the sport, weird rules, trick shot artists, 'curious' courses, robots who golf, bizarre gadgets to improve your game, eclectic equipment, and the most unbelievable golf carts you have ever seen!

The Older The Fiddle The Better The Tune

Author: Willard Scott
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ISBN: 9780786256723
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The author collects advice, anecdotes, and opinions from friends, family, and celebrities--including Maya Angelou, Yogi Berra, Bill Cosby, and others--to capture the joys of turning older and the challenges that accompany the process.

Tv Guide

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An Enduring Legacy

Author: Melandrew T. Velasco
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The Golf Book Of Days

Author: Robert R. McCord
Editor: Birch Lane Press
ISBN: 9781559722926
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40 Common Errors In Golf And How To Correct Them

Author: Arthur Shay
Editor: McGraw-Hill/Contemporary
ISBN: 9780809278282
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A practical and fun guide to improving your golf game.

The Quotable Golfer

Author: Robert Windeler
Editor: Running PressBook Pub
ISBN: 9780762402694
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A collection of quotes covering things ever said about America's favourite pastime. Includes more than 800 quotations from professional and amateur golfers, celebrities and public figures of yesterday and today.

Growing Older Is So Much Fun Everybody S Doing It

Author: Gene Perret
Editor: Arizona Highways
ISBN: 9781893860100
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Guinness Book Of World Records

Author: Norris McWhirter
Editor: Bantam Books
ISBN: 9780553133004
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Guinness Book Of World Records

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Golf Journal

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Golf

Author: Brian Crowell
Editor: Penguin
ISBN: 161564539X
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Golf is one of the most popular hobby sports among men and women of all ages, but if you've never picked up a club before, it's hard to know where to begin. Geared for the absolute beginner, Idiot's Guides: Golf teaches the basics of the sport in a series of "lessons" using full-color, step-by-step illustrations. Photographed in a film-strip style, the instructions allow the reader to clearly see how each swing is executed. Every lesson is accompanied by helpful pro advice on common flaws and how to avoid them, other considerations during your swing (grass, aim, etc.), "Picture This!" images to remind players of alignment and technique, and dozens of practice drills to help perfect your swing. In addition, Idiot's Guides: Golf features detailed information on golf lingo, etiquette, and the rules of the game, plus a "tour" of the course, which takes the new golfer through every element of the course, from the bag drop to the 19th hole. This completely illustrated tome is an essential tool for every beginning golfer.

Billy Boy

Author: Bud Shrake
Editor: Scribner
ISBN: 9780743227483
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There are tough times ahead for sixteen-year-old Billy. After his mother dies, he goes to Fort Worth with his father, whose drinking and gambling leave them all but penniless. Desperate to make a life for himself, Billy heads over to Colonial Country Club, where he hopes to get work as a caddie. He finds much more than he bargained for. Before long, Billy makes a place for himself behind the privileged walls of Colonial. His attitude draws the approval of an eccentric millionaire club member, while his looks draw the attention of the millionaire's beautiful granddaughter--much to the displeasure of her boyfriend, the club champion. But Billy's run of luck is short-lived, as he confronts the hard realities of the world and of human nature both on and off the golf course. Now, Billy must face down his fears and doubts about where he comes from, where he wants to go, and who he really is. Bud Shrake's Billy Boy is an unforgettable coming-of-age tale of life, love, and beating the odds, set against the far-reaching horizons of the American West.

Golf Freek

Author: Steve Eubanks
Editor: Crown
ISBN: 0307495728
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Steve Eubanks lives on a golf course, spends most of his time with a golf club in his hand, and simply cannot pass a course without playing it. In Golf Freek, he chronicles his travels around the globe for the sole purpose of playing as much free golf—the operative word being free—in as many interesting places and with as many interesting people as possible. As Steve himself says, “This book is not some mystic search to find my soul through a ball-and-stick metaphor. It’s about me, the golf freek, sponging free golf. It’s a mixture of On the Road (without the booze, hookers, guns, and poverty) and Rick Reilly’s Who’s Your Caddy? (with John Daly keeping his private parts to himself).” Along the way he tells some of the world’s greatest golf stories—funny, touching, bizarre, and sometimes personal—from his rounds with Arnold Palmer to his hole in one in the Chinese town where his daughter was born. These tales, taken together, add up to one of the most revealing books about From the Hardcover edition.

The Greatest Biggest Golf Book

Author: M. P. Lannamann
Editor: Andrews McMeel Pub
ISBN: 9780836269376
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This book includes quotes, jokes, anecdotes, and facts about this popular sport. From information about famous golf events to a look at the spectrum of woods and irons, and from a list of golfing records to course care from the pros.

Think Better Play Smarter And Manage Your Way To Better Golf Scores

Author: Brad K Chambers
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ISBN: 9781080946440
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You can lower your golf handicap and Shoot Lower Scores by doing what the pros and elite amateurs do: Use course management, strategy, and preparationYou've taken lessons, watched videos, subscribed to online videos, but nothing is really helping your quest to lower your handicap? The answer could be as simple as emulating what the professionals and elite players do on a weekly, and sometimes daily, basis.Think Better, Play Smarter, and Manage Your Way to Better Golf Scores explores, in detail, how professionals prepare for each tournament they play, how they practice, and how tactics, practice routines, attention to detail, plus some common sense strategies, all can allow you to join the exclusive fraternity of golfers with a handicap index of less than ten.About Think Better, Play Smarter, and Manage Your Way to Better Golf ScoresBrad Chambers is a lifelong golfer, and as a former parks and recreation director in various cities in the United States, had management authority for municipal golf courses under the department umbrella. He is the author of the weekly golf blog Shooting Your Age-growing older, golfing better; and contributing writer to Foregals.com. He wrote this book for the avid golfer who has tried lessons and watched videos but can't seem to drop their score. The solution may be less about swing plane and more about course management. If it's smart enough for every elite golfer to do it, it's smart enough for you to do it also. Download Think Better, Play Smarter, and Manage Your Way to Better Golf Scores to learn some common sense, as well as some not-so-obvious examples of strategy and smart management.Why Should You Read This Book? You've tried lessons, new equipment, new just about anything, but nothing seems to help your game You know you can score better than you do You don't have a home course, don't really know how far you hit your irons, haven't developed a disciplined practice routine, and think equipment fitting is just for the great players One of your ultimate golf bucket list items is to be able to say, "I'm a single-digit handicap." You have wondered how much the professionals actually prepare for each tournament (hint: it's more than you think) You want to ensure that you have covered all the bases when it comes to being prepared and ready to play your next round of golf For less than the cost of a half-bucket of range balls, you can incorporate these strategies into your game, and see your handicap begin to drop! Just click the BUY NOW button at the side of the page