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How to Break 90 : An Easy, Step-by-Step Approach for Breaking Golf''s Toughest Scoring Barrier

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For most golfers, shooting a score below 90 for 18 holes represents a watershed—a ticket to respectability no matter where they play or with whom they are paired.

How to Break 90 offers a new approach to shooting sub-90 scores that stresses tactics rather than a swing overhaul. It dives right into the solutions that help a player break the 90-barrier, such as thinking about each hole as a series of points along a strategic map, learning how to shape shots to fit different ...

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Overview

For most golfers, shooting a score below 90 for 18 holes represents a watershed—a ticket to respectability no matter where they play or with whom they are paired.

How to Break 90 offers a new approach to shooting sub-90 scores that stresses tactics rather than a swing overhaul. It dives right into the solutions that help a player break the 90-barrier, such as thinking about each hole as a series of points along a strategic map, learning how to shape shots to fit different situations, and, finally, putting—the part of your game that will push you over the top.

The heart of breaking 90 lies in thinking ability, not swinging aptitude. This book will make you a smarter striker of the ball from tee to green.

Written in an engaging, friendly style, How to Break 90 offers the same proven, practical advice the authors have taught to thousands of middle to high handicappers at the Academy of Golf at PGA National, one of the world's finest golf teaching facilities. It will help everyone who wants to break go every time they tee it up.

About the Authors:

T. J. Tomasi, Ph.D., is a Class A PGA teaching professional and director of The Player's School, an accredited golf school offered in locations throughout the country. Dr. Tomasi is rated by Golf Magazine as one of America's top 100 teachers and is a widely published author whose articles have appeared in leading golf publications. His weekly "Insider Golf" column appears in more than 100 newspapers.

Mike Adams, director of golf instruction at PGA National, is also ranked as one of the top 100 teaching professionals in America by Golf Magazine. Both authors host "Pro Tips" on CNN/Sports Illustrated's "Golf Plus."

Mike Corcoran is a writer and editor whose work has appeared in Golf Digest, Golf Magazine, Maximum Golf, and Men's Health. He is the author or coauthor of four books, including The PGA TOUR Complete Book of Golf (Henry Holt, 1999).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780809297832
  • Publisher: NTC Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 3/23/2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 176
  • Product dimensions: 5.88 (w) x 8.83 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Introduction
Chapter 1. Level Fives
Chapter 2. Finding the Fairway
Chapter 3. Becoming Deadly with Your Short Irons
Chapter 4. The Way from Here to There
Chapter 5. The World's Greatest Short Game
Chapter 6. Getting Off the Beach
Chapter 7. Controlling Ball Flight
Chapter 8. The Icing on the Cake
Chapter 9. The Big Swing Primer
Chapter 10. Preparing Your Body to Play
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