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Outwitting Golf: A Practical Handbook for the Golfer, Whether Beginner or Duffer

Outwitting Golf: A Practical Handbook for the Golfer, Whether Beginner or Duffer (Paperback)

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A practical handbook for the golfer, whether beginner or duffer. Many golfers fail to realize that the harder they try, the harder golf gets. Worse, the better the golfer gets, the harder it is to improve. Golf cannot be conquered, and any attempt to take the game by force results only in frustration and utter defeat. However, with the proper attitude and preparation, golf can be outfoxed. OUTWITTINGGOLF steers the novice or casual player around the hazards and clear of the rough. Drawing upon the game's brightest minds, a vast library of golf writing, and a thorough grounding in the rich history of golf, Jim Apfelbaum has constructed a Poor Richard's Almanac for the links - a credible source of unimpeachable wisdom and insight generously tempered with wry humour. Comprising chapters on the Practical, the Historical, the Physical, the Mental, the Spiritual, and the Secret, OUTWITTING GOLF makes no assumptions about the reader's knowledge and assumes no limitation on the reader's ability to out-think the game. OUTWITTING GOLF has everything anyone needs to enjoy the game of golf from the outset, while steadily improving skills and understanding.

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationGolf Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publication Date: 01/01/2001 ISBN-13: 9781592283484  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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JIM APFELBAUM is an award-winning golf writer who has covered golf's most historic tournaments, including the Ryder Cup, the British Open, the U.S. Open, and the Masters

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