The Negotiable Golf Swing will provide you with an understanding of how basic human skills are learned and how to apply them to your game, how to grasp and meld the negotiable with the nonnegotiable, which will help you build an effective golf swing, and ultimately, improve your game. This eye-opening tutorial will empower golfers from beginners to seasoned to single-digit handicap players. Many swing gurus try to convince golfers that they must have perfect form - even a model swing - in order to play better. This is simply not true, and in The Negotiable Golf Swing you won't find any "one size fits all." Rather you will learn not only how a negotiable golf swing can work for you, but also why it's the best and fastest route to success.
|Publisher:||Mountain Lion Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||4 MB|
About the Author
Joseph Laurentino, PGA, Head Golf Professional at the Indian Hills Country Club on Long Island, has studied the golf swing under several Top 100 PGA Teachers (selected by Golf Digest and Golf Magazine) among them Ben Doyle, Mike Hebron, Darrell Kestner and the mental game under Dr. Bob Rotella, best-selling author of Golf Isn't a Game of Perfect. Laurentino's weekly cable TV show airs in thousands of homes on Long Island.
Table of ContentsPreface 9
Who Taught You How to Walk? 23
The Learning Model and Golfers 31
Form, Function, and the Negotiable Elements of Style 41
Factors that Affect Ball Flight Patterns 49
Swing Plane and the Elements of the Right Side 73
Direction and the Pre-swing Elements 87
The Elements of Speed 111
The Elements of Time and Space 135
Playing the Short Shots 145
Putting: the Other Game 171
To Practice or Not to Practice 183
Should You Take a Lesson? 191
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Helpful instruction techniques without having to overhaul your golf game. The theory makes perfect sense there is no miracle pill to improve your game, what works for one person may not have the same affect on the next. It's an easy read with simple principles. I definitely recommend reading the book.