David Leadbetter 100% Golf: Unlocking Your True Golf Potential

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Drawing on a lifetime of playing and teaching the game of golf, David Leadbetter has developed the unique ability to translate very difficult swing concepts and golf fundamentals into easy-to-understand language that will help you to become a more consistent player.

David Leadbetter 100% Golf is the defining point of a lifetime's theories, teachings, tips, and drills from the game's greatest and most successful golf coach. This book will help you develop the skills you need to ...

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Overview

Drawing on a lifetime of playing and teaching the game of golf, David Leadbetter has developed the unique ability to translate very difficult swing concepts and golf fundamentals into easy-to-understand language that will help you to become a more consistent player.

David Leadbetter 100% Golf is the defining point of a lifetime's theories, teachings, tips, and drills from the game's greatest and most successful golf coach. This book will help you develop the skills you need to get started or take your game to the next level. From alignment, ball position, and driving to fitness, mental toughness, and problem lies, the lessons in David Leadbetter 100% Golf will improve every aspect of your swing and game.

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Grip; swing; alignment; driving; ball position; problem shots; the short game; course management; game strategy: Every aspect of golf is covered in David Leadbetter’s ultimate guide to this time-honored sport. Three reasons to buy the book: 1. Leadbetter is considered the world’s number one golf coach. His entire book is filled with teaching tips that he’s developed during his long career as an instructor. 2. The combination of detailed instructions and clear photographs make this primer especially useful to players attempting to improve their game on their own. 3. Leadbetter’s lessons aren’t just mechanical. They teach a real mastery of golf.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780062720696
  • Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
  • Publication date: 4/13/2004
  • Edition description: Reprint
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 538,476
  • Product dimensions: 7.46 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 0.56 (d)

Meet the Author

David Leadbetter is widely regarded as the world's top golf coach, with players of the caliber of Nick Faldo, Nick Price, Greg Norman, Tom Watson and Ernie Els having come under his tutelage. With a number of teaching academics bearing his name around the world, David's unique ability to transcend the complexities of the golf swing and to communicate the fundamentals in an easy-to-follow, purposeful style means that his advice is sought after by players of all ages and standards. Away from the practice ground, David is a regular contributor to Golf International and Golf Digest magazines and has written the bestselling books The Golf Swing, Faults and Fixes and Lessons from the Golf Greats.

Richard Simmons is the cofounder of Golf International magazine. He worked with Nick Faldo on his book A Swing for Life, and with David Leadbetter on Positive Practice, and is heavily involved in the publishing activities of the David Leadbetter Golf Academy.

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Table of Contents

Foreword
Introduction
Prologue: My blueprint for a modern swing
1 First things first
2 Putting a swing together
3 Key shots every golfer must learn
4 Round and about the cup
5 Simple reminders for great golf
Acknowledgements
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