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About the Book
A golf tip a day helps keep the bogeys away! This handy, illustrated guide contains the very best advice from more than 60 PGA teaching pros, compiled by a PGA Teacher of the Year. Designed to improve the long game, chip and pitch shots, sand play, putting, physical conditioning, and more, these hints are what you'd learn if you paid thousands of dollars at a golf school, country club, or university. Color photos by a Sports Illustrated photographer clearly illustrate each skill—and the book is perfectly sized to take along on the course! It's a must-have for every golf enthusiast.
About the Author
Jay Morelli is Director of the Original Golf School at Mount Snow, Vermont and Plantation Golf Resort in Florida. He has been teaching and improving golfers at all skill levels for more than 40 years. He founded the Original Golf School and the Accelerated Teaching Method in June 1978. Golf Digest voted him the top teaching pro in Vermont, and he has been named New England PGA Teacher of the Year. He has produced four major DVDs and written four books on golf.
Bruce Curtis has been at the forefront of photography for more than four decades. As a photographer for Time, Life, and Sports Illustrated, he has been on the frontlines as a photographer of many conflicts around the world. He has won more than 25 awards and provided photography for more than 40 books.
My Take on the Book
For anyone that golfs and who wants to get better at his or her game, this short book will give you a ton to try to get you game going in a new direction. What I loved about the book was that it was written in such a way that was so easy to understand and you could tell that the author knows what he is talking about. Each tip is succinct and to the point and leaves no room for doubt on what steps you can take to make these changes. The book really becomes more of a reference and you find yourself referring back (or at least I did) over and over again to the areas in the book that I particularly struggle with (in my own game). Overall, this is a book that will definitely assist you in becoming a better player of golf in the future!
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