Author Bob Jones took up the game of golf at age ten, but stopped playing for the most part as a young adult busy with raising a family and pursuing his career. After retirement, while getting his golf game back in shape, he discovered little things which, had he been doing all along, would have allowed him to play a reasonable game of golf during that busy time of his life. If you have little time to play, and even less time to practice, this is the book you have been looking for. Just a few simple exercises which you can do at home, and others to take to the range, allow you to take the best possible advantage of the time you do have to practice. The book was written by a recreational golfer who knows what you have to do play a decent recreational game -- not to become a touring pro. It is the book Bob wishes he had had during that busy time of his life. For less than the price of nine holes of golf, or four buckets of golf balls, it is the best investment you will ever make in becoming a better golfer.
Author Bob Jones began playing golf in the late 1950s at age ten and didn't understand why everybody asked him if he was going to play golf like Bobby Jones. Like many men, he put the game down while raising a family and pursuing a career. Upon retirement, he went back to golf with a passion, improving his game and learning how to improve yours. His other book, The Golfing Self, explains how to build the strength of mind to make good decisions, hit your shot with confidence, and maintain that state throughout the round.
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Descrizione libro Owings-Lemoine Publishers. Paperback. Condizione libro: Brand New. In Stock. Codice libro della libreria zk0982102844
Descrizione libro Owings-Lemoine Publishers, 2014. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 982102844