The Art of the Swing: Short Game Swing Sequencing Secrets That Will Improve Your Total Game in 30 Days [NOOK Book]

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In the first golf book to link to smartphone video lessons, "the hottest instructor in golf" (Sports Illustrated) delivers a thirty-day greenside clinic for revolutionizing your full swing.

Stan Utley's breakthrough putting and short-game strategies have made him one of the most sought-after golf instructors in America. Over the years, he has noticed an added benefit to short-game enhancement: mastering the sequence of motion for a putting ...
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The Art of the Swing: Short Game Swing Sequencing Secrets That Will Improve Your Total Game in 30 Days

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Overview

In the first golf book to link to smartphone video lessons, "the hottest instructor in golf" (Sports Illustrated) delivers a thirty-day greenside clinic for revolutionizing your full swing.

Stan Utley's breakthrough putting and short-game strategies have made him one of the most sought-after golf instructors in America. Over the years, he has noticed an added benefit to short-game enhancement: mastering the sequence of motion for a putting stroke, chip, or pitch shot is an integral part of mastering a superb full swing. In The Art of Sequencing Your Swing, Utley introduces the groundbreaking new instructional methods that grew from this discovery.

In this thirty-day program, Utley focuses on grip, stance, and posture for short-game shots, and teaches readers the new sequence of motion that will transform their swing. He puts additional guidance in their hands using a multimedia element: Readers can snap pictures of bar codes throughout the book that will tag original video lessons in an online library, bringing to life his winning techniques. Blending step- by-step instruction with anecdotes and examples from Utley's work with pro clients, The Art of Sequencing Your Swing offers priceless advice for transforming your game at any level.


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781101515006
  • Publisher: Penguin Group (USA)
  • Publication date: 5/12/2011
  • Sold by: Penguin Group
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 176
  • Sales rank: 436,659
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

STAN UTLEY has been a professional golfer on the PGA Tour since 1989, and has
earned over $1 million in prize money. He has set records for fewest putts per round, and for the
past five years has worked with fellow pros including Peter Jacobsen, Jay Haas, Craig Stadler,
Paul McGinley, and Darren Clarke on their short games

MATTHEW RUDY has been a golf reporter at Sports Illustrated since 1995. Rudy has covered major events such as the U.S. Open, the Masters, and the Ryder Cup, as well as numerous LPGA events.


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