A must-have book to your golf library, featuring real stories and experiences from golfers he has helped to get more enjoyment from the game by helping them to shoot lower scores.
Harvey Penick starts out by sincerely addressing his "friends" (those who play golf) and "pupils" (those who read his book) with the following: "I hope this book will help you to enjoy life, and the great game of golf to its fullest."
His book does just that with real stories and experiences from those he has helped to get more enjoyment from the game by helping them to shoot lower scores. As Harvey told one student, "You'll never get the full enjoyment out of the game hitting a slice" (Page 19).
He addresses faults like regripping the club at the top of the backswing (and the technique you should NOT try yourself to correct it with), and also, what flavor of ice cream should describe your golf swing (Pages 110 & 32).
You'll be educated about which popular grip technique taught by many golf teachers actually encourages a slice and how he helped one golfer correct it by having him "clip the carrot" (Page 42). Harvey will teach you "all you need to know about the wrist cock" succinctly and plainly and how many clubs an average golfer needs to build a decent game (Pages 44 & 90). You'll also enjoy the story of how he taught one golfer to be an expert chipper with (of all things) a bench from the locker room (Page 78).
There are emotional and inspirational stories too. Like Tom Kite reminiscing about the advice "Mr. Penick" once gave him that he has tried to live by all his life or the "teacher's guide" Penick wrote for himself to follow for all of his days (Pages 70 & 79).
This 173 page book is durably hard covered to last more than a lifetime. Down to the unique deckle edged pages, Simon & Shuster (one of the four largest English language publishers) has made this book a real keepsake to cherish. Its cover price is $20.00! But this inspirational and instructive memoir from one of golf's master teachers is yours for only $9.95 while supplies last.
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Originally published in a nationally syndicated newspaper column, these timeless golf tips cuts through theory and technicalities that confuse and focuses on simple ideas that pay big dividends in your golf game.
Modern-day pros owe their power, precision, and graceful swings to Tommy Armour, the man who defined the perfect swing as we know it today. His legacy includes a series of his favorite and most successful golf tips published in newspapers nationwide.
Now, you can benefit from 158 of those tips in the book Classic Golf Tips by Tommy Armour
By applying the best of those principles he taught contained in these 163 pages, you can get more enjoyment from the game by shooting lower scores. Here are some of the tips you'll learn:
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The best of 35 years of short golf tips from Ken Venturi, CBS Television’s chief golf analyst.
For 35 years Ken Venturi was CBS Television’s chief golf analyst, delivering a no-nonsense, revealing insight into the game as both champion Tour player and masterful instructor. During those years Ken launched a unique instructional program called Stroke Savers, a series of on-course, less-than-a-minute golf tips he recorded at each Tour venue.
Millions of golfers tuned in to tournament broadcasts to pick up these bits of wisdom they could use to knock strokes off their next round. We worked with Ken to compile 40 of his best original Stroke Savers and put them into one brilliant instructional DVD.
Here are just some of the topics covered:
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