Golf Training & Practice Books
Best Golf Training and Practice BooksGolf can be a very tiring game mentally so that is why there are books like these that are can help improve the psychology of a player. It is no secret that the mental side of a player can affect the level of golf they can play which is why these book can be vital assistants in helping a player gain confidence. It is no secret that these books typically provide effective training programs that allow a player to gain the insight they need to develop themselves into better players. Most of these books are often written by some of the greatest names in golf of all time. Nothing is more effective than learning from the pros directly. Make no mistake, they will typically teach the golfer on how to make a perfect swing each and every time they hold a club. Written and co-authored by professionals in the field, these books are great and effective ways of trying to discover the secret behind the perfect swing.
Golf offers good, clean fun for everyone, right? Not on your who likes to wager on a game -- and some say that's every duffer with a putter -- will agree that golf attracts hustlers, con artists, and scammers. They look innocent enough, but they're out to win. "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" offers tips to good players on how to make a whole lot of dough, and for lesser players, it gives advice on how they can level out that playing field In this new book from becker&mayer , fairway hounds will learn how to size up the competition, discover the game's most sacred betting rules, and arm themselves with the most blasphemous cheating guidelines since "Cheating is a necessary evil when it comes to betting and winning, so why not refine your art and be the best at it?" Golfers can put these tactics to good use by playing some or all of the twenty-five betting games included in "The Hustler's Guide to Golf". In addition to individual explanations, each game comes with its own customized "edge" on how to play it and win, placing the green where it belongs -- in the reader's pocket. From beginning to end, "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" amuses and entertains with its outrageous instruction on how to gain the advantage: "Always talk to yourself, which is a great way to get into your opponent's head without ever addressing him directly", or "Call your opponent at 5 A.M. to remind him of the game you have at noon". From subtle to blatant, "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" shows the way "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" also includes a roster of well-known bettors with brief profiles that outline their favorite pranks and prizes. From Lee Trevino to Lanny Wadkins, these pros will show new hustlersthey're in good company. Written by Jay Willi (better known as sports writer Jeff Williams) and illustrated by Barrie Maguire, "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" follows other popular golf volumes by becker&mayer Golf Dirty Tricks, for example, has been a best-seller. -- "The Hustler's Guide to Golf" comes packaged with a set of eight ball markers stamped "Don't Choke" to give the reader an additional edge.