Golf your Way

Golf your Way

An Encyclopedia of Instruction

Book - 1992
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Baker & Taylor
Provides information that leads players of all levels through every step of the game, from the set-up to the strategy, with innovative tips on improving one's swing

Blackwell North Amer
Golf Your Way, the companion to Phil Ritson's bestselling "Video Encyclopedia of Golf," is an invaluable resource for any golfer who wants to play a better game. Dubbed "a great teacher" of golf by champion Gary Player, Phil Ritson combines sound, time-tested instruction with his own groundbreaking techniques to help golfers zero in on their target and consistently hit the ball long and straight, just like the pros.
With the support of more than 150 photos and drawings, the book covers setup, swing, long game, short game, playing in the wind, playing the fade and draw, and much more. And to help the reader digest all the information, each chapter is capped by "Ritson's Review," a detailed rundown of all the topics in the chapter. The book also includes effective practice drills and pointers on the mental game, which for some is the most vexing obstacle in golf.
A former national golf coach of South Africa and a popular guru on the PGA Tour, Ritson stresses the importance of taking chances in golf. He asks readers to try hard to improve, even if it means breaking faulty old habits which seem comfortable, but in reality are a detriment to their game. It will pay off when shots like the power fade around a huge tree or the sand shot over an eight-foot bunker don't seem impossible anymore.
For beginners looking to lose their duffer status, or weekend players anxious to make that quantum leap in the level of their game, Golf Your Way is the perfect golf book.

Baker
& Taylor

An easy-to-follow text accompanied by one hundred and twenty photographs leads players of all levels through every step of the game, from the set-up to the strategy, with innovative tips on improving one's swing. National ad/promo.

Publisher: New York : HarperCollins, c1992
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780060168995
0060168994
Characteristics: xii, 268 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Additional Contributors: Andrisani, John

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