Thinking man's guide to golf : the common-sense way to improve your game / Colin Montgomerie.
By: Montgomerie, Colin.Material type: BookPublisher: London : Orion, 2003Description: 208 pages ; 29cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 0752853724.Subject(s): Golf | Golf -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Golf -- TechniqueDDC classification: 796.352 MON
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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:
Colin "Montie" Montgomery can shave points off even the average golfer's game with this illustrated total golf and fitness program.
Seven-time European Tour champ Colin Montgomerie has always said he could save the average amateur golfer six to eight strokes per round, simply by dispensing tips for overcoming mental errors as they play. Now you can bring "Monty's" advice along with you on every round. His golfing wisdom includes everything from proven ways to cure your slice or hook to on-course tactics that can shave your handicap and increase your enjoyment of the game. You'll find techniques the pros use to make the tough shots around the green, ways to structure your practice time for better results, and details on the exact fitness program Montgomerie has used to stay atop leaderboards around the world, all augmented with 275 color photographs illustrating his strategies in action.
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