Golf is a game in which even the experienced player can reap the benefits from expert instruction. Covering every possible aspect of developing a repeatable, effective golf swing, Steve Newell's "The Golf Instruction Manual" works systematically through every type of shot - from tee shots, iron play, pitching and chipping to coping with bunkers and putting. Each section includes a test to establish your level of ability and provides a series of progressive excercises designed to develop your technique. A section on the 10 most common faults that can creep into your game shows you how to fix them quickly and efficiently. Beyond striking the ball, the books also shows you routines to help you think more decisively on the coure and deal with high-pressured situations. An invaluable reference section advises you on buying equipment, guides you through all-important golf etiquette, clearly explains golf's most important rules, and defines all the key terms used by golfers.
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Steve Newell is the instruction editor for Golf World, Europe's premier golf magazine, and has worked with many of the world's leading golfers and teachers. He has written several golf books, including How to Build a Classic Golf Swing and The Complete Short Game, both with two-time US Open champion Ernie Els, and The Greatest Golf Lesson of the 20th Century with teaching guru John Jacobs. He was also the contributing editor on Dorling Kindersley's Ultimate Golf Techniques.
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Descripción DK, 2001. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110751304174