The 3 Scoring Clubs: How to Raise the Level of Your Driving, Pitching and Putting [NOOK Book]

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Although there are fourteen clubs in a golf bag, most of the game is decided by just three: the driver, the wedge, and the putter. In The 3 Scoring Clubs top PGA instructor Jim McLean gives you the tips and techniques to lower your score in a unique primer packed with more than 100 precision photos. Customizing his advice in each section for three skill levels—high handicaps, intermediate golfers, and scratch players—McLean tailors a set of lessons for golfers looking to elevate their game. Revealing the tips ...
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The 3 Scoring Clubs: How to Raise the Level of Your Driving, Pitching and Putting

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Overview

Although there are fourteen clubs in a golf bag, most of the game is decided by just three: the driver, the wedge, and the putter. In The 3 Scoring Clubs top PGA instructor Jim McLean gives you the tips and techniques to lower your score in a unique primer packed with more than 100 precision photos. Customizing his advice in each section for three skill levels—high handicaps, intermediate golfers, and scratch players—McLean tailors a set of lessons for golfers looking to elevate their game. Revealing the tips he’s given to top PGA, Champions Tour, and LPGA players—including Tom Kite, Gary Player, Len Mattiace, and Christie Kerr—and to amateur golfers, The 3 Scoring Clubs shows you how to add more power and accuracy to drives; hit pitches and chips stiff to the hole; how a foolproof pendulum putting motion can shave crucial strokes from your round; and much more!

U.S. News and World Report has rated the Jim McLean Golf Schools as the best in the nation, and McLean has been named the PGA Teacher of the Year. Now, with The 3 Scoring Clubs, everyone can enjoy his first-rate advice on golf’s primary clubs, distilled in an effective, easy-to-use format.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013897489
  • Publisher: Diversion Books
  • Publication date: 3/5/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 326,120
  • File size: 6 MB

Meet the Author

Jim McLean is the 1994 PGA National Teacher of the Year, owner of the Jim McLean Golf Schools which include: Doral Golf Resort & Spa in Miami, Florida, PGA WEST in La Quinta, California, La Quinta Resort in La Quinta, California, Texas Golf Center in Ft. Worth, Texas, Mayakoba Resort in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico, Golf Santander in Madrid, Spain, Red Ledges in Heber City, Utah, Casa de Campo in Dominican Republic and Miami Beach Golf Club, Miami Beach, FL.

Jim is probably best known for his research on the golf swing and his work on The X-Factor ®, which describes in detail, body motions, body angles and body positions. Jim’s playing achievements include being one of the few people to qualify for the US Junior, the US Amateur (4 times) the US Open (2 times) and the US Senior Open and has also been a contestant in the Masters (where he made the cut). Jim’s professional achievements include: National PGA Teaching Committee Member, National PGA Education Committee, National PGA Awards Committee and PGA Master Professional (1990). Jim McLean has worked extensively with many top teachers including Jimmy Ballard, Art Bell, Jackie Burke, Harry Cooper, Jack Grout, Claude Harmon, Johnny Revolta, Bob Toski, Ken Venturi, Butch Harmon, Manuel De La Torre, among many others. Jim has also worked extensively with five junior golfers who reach the #1 spot at the National Rankings: Cristie Kerr, Eric Compton, Tyler Leon, James Vargas, Liz Janagelo.
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  • Posted May 27, 2012

    Do not recommend

    I have the Nook first edition , and cannot increase the print size,
    unable to easily read this book .

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  • Posted May 27, 2012

    Good book / badly produced for Nook

    My review of this book had to do with the formatting. The print was very small and difficult to read.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2008

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    Follow his fundamentals and teaching drills and you will take strokes off your game as I did

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