The Art of the Short Game Tour-Tested Secrets for Getting Up and Down Book
This hardcover book, published in June 14, 2007, is authored by Stan Utley and Matthew Rudy. One of the greatest educators in golf uses more intuitive, accessible, and progressive methods to some important pitches, bunker rescues, and chip shots. The professional golfers realize that the tip to getting a low score is to play a short game that is solid, yet still being experienced with small strokes. This is actually difficult to perform, even for the golf professionals. Stan Utley is one of the most well respected educators in golf. In this book, he shows the tips and tricks to his progressive techniques in a golf short game.
After they show readers the groundbreaking techniques that show the reasons why most golf players do not see all of the shots available for them while in the green, Stan Utley shatters typical knowledge about ball position, grip, and stance. This begins with picking the appropriate clubs that include a must have checklist that must be in your golf bag. This will lower spinning while chipping and have sand play that is fearless. This book opens the mysticism of the most difficult shots while on the link. Even though the primer of Stan Utley has a complete drill set, it also has more than seventy five images, the way he approaches it is definitely different from the typical mechanical, monotonous training of those who came before him. Stan Utley offers a secret weapon that has been tested through time by every golfer on every level. His short game golf drills transform trouble shots into success.
Just a little bit of a backgrounder of the authors of this book. Stan Utley is a professional golfer from the PGA Tour as of 1989. He has more than a million dollars in prize money and has set golf records of the fewest putts for each round. The previous 5 years, he has worked alongside fellow golf professionals such as Jay Haas, Peter Jacobsen, Paul McGinley, Darren Clarke, and Craig Stadler to improve their short games.
The other author is Matthew Rudy, a reporter of golf for Sports Illustrated. Since 1995, Matthew Ruday has been to major golf events like the Masters, the Ryder Cup, the U.S. Open, including other LPGA events.