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When Michelle Wie became the
youngest player to qualify for the
LPGA at age 12, she turned heads
with her ability to drive the ball
with startling distance and accuracy.
The buzz about "the female
Tiger Woods" reached a fever
pitch upon her decision to turn pro
at the age of 16. Dissecting one of
the most envied swings in golf today,
John Andrisani demonstrates
the five keys to mastering Wie's
power swing: the grip and setup,
powering your backswing, creating
a "flat spot," improving tempo,
and shifting balance to change the
dominant side. With detailed, stepby-
step photographs from renowned golf photographer
Yasuhiro Tanabe, Andrisani breaks down Wie's swing
into easy-to-follow instructions.
Posted March 29, 2010
The main idea of The Michelle Wie Way is to help golfers get better. For example, Michelle Wie hits the ball over 300 yards and very accurate and all golfers would love to do that.
Description and summary of main points
The book is to teach golfers how to hit the golf ball further and straighter. The author John Andrisani has worked with instructors that have taught professional golfers and he also wrote a book about Tiger Woods.
This book only talks about Michelle Wie and how she can possibly hit the ball so far and accurate at age seventeen. There are pictures to help you understand the motions correctly. If you are very interested in golf this is a book that could help you get better.
The Michelle Wie Way is a book to help interested golfers get better. If you are interested in hitting the golf ball further, like most golfers, you should read this book.
Your final review
I would recommend this book to any golfer, especially ones who want to hit the ball further.
Posted January 1, 2009
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