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The Beginners Guide To Golf
     

The Beginners Guide To Golf

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by Lou Diamond
 
Dear Beginning Golfer,

Are you intimidated when a friend or colleague asks YOU to play a game of golf? Do you suspect that business deals are being made on the course while you hang out in the Club House? Are you ashamed that you don't know a bunker from a green? Are you wondering what is making everybody so obsessed with this game?

Don't despair -

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Dear Beginning Golfer,

Are you intimidated when a friend or colleague asks YOU to play a game of golf? Do you suspect that business deals are being made on the course while you hang out in the Club House? Are you ashamed that you don't know a bunker from a green? Are you wondering what is making everybody so obsessed with this game?

Don't despair - everyone started out just like you. Unfortunately if you've come late to the game you may feel your performance will embarrass you in front of your friends (or worse - your boss!). While golf is typically learned by adults you may feel ashamed to admit your lack of skill and prefer to avoid the game altogether. Don't miss out on the fun and networking enjoyed by golfers...

"Get on the Course and Give it a Swing!"

But before you do that (and risk embarrassing yourself) why not start out on the right foot with a quick overview of the sport, how it's played and how to make the right decisions (and shots) that make you look like an old pro?

Like any other game rules and skill, and other variables, will affect your performance. Have you ever seen cartoons about a frustrated golfer? Be prepared - golf is as much a mental game as a physical one. Secret tips to control your frustration can give you an immense advantage, even over experienced players who let it get the better of them.

What about clubs? Which one is used for which shot? Making smart decisions is what wins the game and that's why pro golfers have experienced caddies to give them advice on the course - but you don't have that. An overview of clubs and when to use them will show others you've got the know-how!

Are you playing for fun or are you trying to fit into the crowd? Many business men and women enjoy networking over a game of golf. This is not the time to let nerves get to you or worry about how to get out of the bunker, what you really need is the...


"Beginner's Guide to Playing Golf"

Ready to step onto the course with your head held high? Well, a little practice certainly wouldn't hurt before making your 'debut', however, you'll see much faster progress after applying the advice and suggestions in the "Beginner's Guide to Playing Golf".

Product Details

BN ID:
2940012135001
Publisher:
Lou Diamond
Publication date:
02/07/2011
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
496,361
File size:
304 KB

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