Master Strokes: The Short Game: Hundreds of Proven Lessons for Shaving Strokes Off Your Score from 100 Yards In

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More than 55 million Americans play golf regularly, and they all know that the best chance of lowering their handicap (which is every player’s obsession) is in the “short game”—that is, all strokes from about 100 yards into the green.

Based on the popular syndicated single-panel golf-tip feature “Master Strokes”—and following up Running Press’s successful book Master Strokes (2003)—Master Strokes: The Short Game is a handy pocket-sized compendium that includes single-page ...

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Overview


More than 55 million Americans play golf regularly, and they all know that the best chance of lowering their handicap (which is every player’s obsession) is in the “short game”—that is, all strokes from about 100 yards into the green.

Based on the popular syndicated single-panel golf-tip feature “Master Strokes”—and following up Running Press’s successful book Master Strokes (2003)—Master Strokes: The Short Game is a handy pocket-sized compendium that includes single-page illustrated tips to help improve putting, chipping, pitching, sand trap play, reading greens, and much more.

Master Strokes: The Short Game is a must-have tool for any golf bag or locker, and the perfect gift for golfers of any level.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780762443970
  • Publisher: Running Press Book Publishers
  • Publication date: 5/8/2012
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 368
  • Sales rank: 554,270
  • Product dimensions: 4.38 (w) x 5.12 (h) x 1.75 (d)

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Phil Franké is generally considered the top golf-instruction illustrator in the United States. He has illustrated many golf books, and his work has appeared in Golf, Golf Illustrated, Sports Illustrated, and the New York Times, among others. He created the syndicated feature Master Strokes in 1999, and has been a staff illustrator for Golf Tips magazine since 1992. He lives outside of New York City.
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