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Golf My Way

Author : Jack Nicklaus
ISBN : 9781416595960
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 50.37 MB
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Hailed as a classic and read everywhere golf is played, Golf My Way has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide since it was first published in 1974. Finally, Jack Nicklaus, golf's leading master, definitively covers the whole of his game through a lifetime of greatness. Golf My Way presents an all-inclusive, A-to-Z explanation of how this greatest of champions thinks about and plays the game. · New introduction, endpiece, and illustrations · Brand-new chapters discussing the changes in Nicklaus's outlook and techniques · Reflections on the differences in tournament golf today compared with when Nicklaus joined the PGA tour in 1962 · Advice on the mental elements of improved playing that are not directly related to ball-striking or shot-making
Category: Sports & Recreation

Golf My Way

Author : Dai Rees
ISBN : LCCN:51008733
Genre : Golf
File Size : 73.63 MB
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Category: Golf

Putting My Way

Author : Jack Nicklaus
ISBN : 9780470487792
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 56.11 MB
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The last word on putting from one of the greatest golfers-and putters-ever Jack Nicklaus is considered the greatest player of all time by countless golf fans around the world. His astounding tournament achievements (including a record eighteen professional major championship victories, among them six Masters), along with the powerful legacy he has built as a golf-course designer and golf book author, give him both an unrivaled grasp and multifaceted understanding of the game. Nicklaus's classic Golf My Way-the sport's all-time worldwide instructional bestseller-has helped millions of players improve their all-around game. In Putting My Way, Nicklaus presents his clear and cohesive approach every element of the craft of superb putting, from finding the right putter to the mechanics of stroking the ball, to the strategies involved in the most neglected part of golf by amateurs, despite it representing at least 45 per cent of their play. Whether you're new to golf or have been playing for years, Putting My Way will help you take charge of your putting technique, practice, and execution and see results that lift your game. Explains every mental and physical element of putting, from equipment through greens-reading and stroking techniques to productive practice and foolproof strategizing Reveals Nicklaus's own lifelong putting "musts," along with highly successful practice systems Includes 29 b/w illustrations and eight color paintings to help you understand Jack's concepts and better apply them personally Packed with inside pointers and "how-to's" from one of the greatest putters ever to play the game, this book is the one you'll turn to again and again for the advice you need on how to become a permanently lower-scoring golfer through vastly improved greens work.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Golf My Own Damn Way

Author : John Daly
ISBN : 9780061863509
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 57.48 MB
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If you know anything at all about John Daly—and if you don't, what in the hell are you doing with this book in your hands?—you know he approaches the game of golf from an, uh, slightly different perspective than your average two-time major winner. How different? Well, for starters, Long John thinks the PGA Tour ought to permit Bermuda shorts, make carts mandatory, let him wear his hair down to his butt if he wants to, and strip-search tournament patrons at the entrance gate to keep cameras and cell phones off the course. In Golf My Own Damn Way, you'll take a virtual ride on Big John's magic bus as he tells you the best way to grip it so you can rip it. Looking for a sure cure to bunkerphobia? It's here. A one-hour golf lesson that's 100 percent guaranteed to make you a better golfer? Ditto. Want to know why you should occasionally leave your big dog in your trunk, how to watch your weight, and what golf and sex have in common? You came to the right book. And while he's busy explaining all these and many other things, Daly also tells you why you should keep your head out of the game, let your belly lead your hands, listen to your right foot, check your ball position—and buy a hybrid (the club, not the car). Following in the spike prints of his 2006 bestselling autobiography, My Life In and Out of the Rough, Golf My Own Damn Way is an off-the-wall and intensely personal yet imminently practical and accessible tip sheet on how to cut ten strokes off your score—now. Two things are certain: you've never seen a golf instructional book quite like this one, and you'll never need another one. Fairways and greens, Pard!
Category: Sports & Recreation

Golf Ball

Author : Harry Brown
ISBN : 9781628921410
Genre : Literary Criticism
File Size : 88.75 MB
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Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. Harry Brown explores the composition, history, kinetic life, and the long deterioration of golf balls, which as it turns out may outlive their hitters by a thousand years, in places far beyond our reach. Golf balls embody our efforts to impose our will on the land, whether the local golf course or the Moon, but their unpredictable spin, bounce, and roll often defy our control. Despite their considerable technical refinements, golf balls reveal the futility of control. They inevitably disappear in plain sight and find their way into hazards. Golf balls play with people. Harry Brown's short treatise on the golf ball serves up surprising lessons about the human desire to tame and control the landscape through technology. Object Lessons is published in partnership with an essay series in the The Atlantic.
Category: Literary Criticism

The Way Of The Shark

Author : Greg Norman
ISBN : 9780743287753
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 69.67 MB
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A champion golfer and CEO of the Great White Shark corporation traces his rise from a teenage caddy to a three-time PGA winner while counseling readers on how to apply strategies learned on the course to a business career. Reprint.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Golf Crisis

Author : Emmanuel Fauvel
ISBN :
Genre : Sports & Recreation
File Size : 58.49 MB
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This golf book is all about helping amateur golfers. Whether you are craving to know the secrets of how to lower your handicap or whether you desperately need to know how to lower your score, Golf Crisis guarantees both. Perhaps you have just picked up the game of golf and want to be the best at it from the beginning. Or maybe you have played for a while but want to impress the big shots at the next game. This golf book will guide you to lower scores and improved golf skills. Golf Crisis divulges the well-kept secrets of pro golfers who currently put your scores to shame. With the help of this instructional book, you will glean new techniques that are guaranteed to lower your score – by 10 strokes, as a matter of fact. This is a big promise but one that Golf Crisis promises to deliver on. Think about the impact this could have on your game. Countless avid golfers who previously suffered from handicaps on the course attest to their success with the help of Golf Crisis. Tips they have learned have helped them with every aspect of the game, from a good warm-up to improved concentration and even relaxation during their time on the green. Games are no fun if you never win. A haunting high score and a pesky handicap can plague you if you do not have the tools to correct the problem. This golf book is written for golfers in order to help them improve their scores so that they can reap the most satisfaction from the game. A lower score produces satisfaction and relaxation so you can fully enjoy your favorite pastime. The easy to understand instructions in the golf book give you step-by-step methods you can immediately apply to your game. The techniques within this book take professional golfers years and years to learn and perfect. Golf Crisis lays them all out in a simple format so that you can begin perfecting them within weeks. Golfers will get a variety of tips that will help them learn how to warm up, how to focus better, how to train properly, and how to increase their confidence through tried and true routines. Additionally, golf aficionados will discover what they can do to fine tune their skills and be taught what changes must be made in order to lower their score once and for all. The book Golf Crisis is guaranteed to set you up for success on the course. The book gives every golfer the tools needed to lower their score and enjoy themselves during every game. With new skills and techniques and a lower handicap, you can impress your fellow golfers every time you head to the club. I sincerely hope you will like reading this book and your score gets improved FAST.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Kathy Whitworth S Little Book Of Golf Wisdom

Author : Kathy Whitworth
ISBN : 9781602390225
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 20.96 MB
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Tiger Woods? Ben Hogan? Annika Sorenstam? None of these amazing athletes knows more about winning golf tournaments than LPGA legend Kathy Whitworth. In the bestselling tradition of Harvey Penick's Little Red Book, long-time Penick student and World Golf Hall of Fame enshrinee Whitworth presents readers with tee-to-green advice gleaned from years of teaching and tournament golf. She amassed a whopping 88 professional wins in her career—a record for both men's and women's U.S. Tours. Small enough to fit inside your golf bag and with much of the simple, easy-to-understand, common-sense manner of Penick's classic books, Kathy Whitworth's Little Book of Golf Wisdom includes expert advice on playing one shot at a time; thinking your way around the golf course; the common traits of all champions; the importance of confidence, concentration, and learning in practice rounds; practicing trouble shots; bad-weather golf; pressure putting; and how to turn things around when you're playing badly. With its invaluable advice, this is an indispensable resource for any golfer. Skyhorse Publishing, as well as our Sports Publishing imprint, is proud to publish a broad range of books for readers interested in sports—books about baseball, pro football, college football, pro and college basketball, hockey, or soccer, we have a book about your sport or your team. In addition to books on popular team sports, we also publish books for a wide variety of athletes and sports enthusiasts, including books on running, cycling, horseback riding, swimming, tennis, martial arts, golf, camping, hiking, aviation, boating, and so much more. While not every title we publish becomes a New York Times bestseller or a national bestseller, we are committed to publishing books on subjects that are sometimes overlooked by other publishers and to authors whose work might not otherwise find a home.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Sales Hunting

Author : David A. Monty
ISBN : 9781430267690
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 35.90 MB
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The first year of developing a new sales territory is a daunting task—especially in dog-eat-dog industries. The traditional advice is to train quickly on product, grab a customer list, start calling for appointments, discover opportunities, and close deals. In fact, almost every sales model out there is based on nothing more than "opportunity" management. But jumping straight to opportunity will have new salespeople—or veterans developing new territories—chasing their tails for the first year or two. As Sales Hunting: How to Develop New Territories and Major Accounts in Half the Time Using Trust as Your Weapon details, there is a significant problem you must overcome when opening up new accounts and territories. No matter what you are selling, your prospect already has a trusted relationship with an incumbent vendor and will continue to buy from that vendor even when you have the better solution. The playing field is not level—and you’re on the wrong side. So how can you compete to win? "Trust is the grease that makes business sales effortless," writes sales pro and trainer Dave Monty. Opportunity metrics are important, but trust—and a few sharp insider tactics Monty reveals—is the guidepost that leads to success. His sales model therefore incorporates metrics based on trust along with traditional sales measures. That is the fuel that helps you not just turn virgin territory into a consistent revenue generator, but helps you win over potential accounts that now use competitive products. Sales Hunting helps you start establishing trust before you step foot in a prospect’s door, and it shows you the tactics necessary to penetrate new accounts. Once you gain access, trust can be used as systematic way to build long-lasting relationships that pay dividends well beyond that first sale you make. Among other things, this book explains: Why most customers don’t want to buy from you . . . yet Why trust-based relationships enable you to open up territories and bag the biggest customers quickly How to qualify and rank customers based on traits How to get in step with the customer’s buying cycle How to establish trust-based and traditional sales metrics to guide your efforts With advice based on Monty’s twenty years of IT sales and sales management experience—along with principles confirmed by academic research—Sales Hunting is an easy-to-read book that is packed with real-life examples and prescriptions for achieving sales success. It will prove a lifesaver for any salesperson or sales manager developing a new territory or trying to penetrate new accounts.
Category: Business & Economics