Some of us just have the urge to go out and hit something. And for years I wanted to go out and play golf. But even a trip to the driving range was so disgusting (and hurt so much) I wouldn’t come back for five or seven years.
Then I would have to play at some company function with a rented big bag of sticks and make a complete fool of myself. After all, how hard could it be (see above)? I am intelligent. I have even played a lot of other sports. I can see what you have to do. Sure. Mostly it was disaster or luck. And all the big golf books or videos where overwhelming.
But finally I stopped being stubborn and tried to just learn one lesson or trick occasionally. And very, very slowly the lights went on, and one day I realized I was finally in control of the game, instead of vice versa. Luckily I had time on my hands or I never would have made it ever. Now I am compelled to help others so they do not suffer and struggle like I did.
This book is not filled with great wisdom and shortcuts and magic solutions. Nor will it overwhelm you with the science of a swing or golf equipment, all of which have been analyzed about as much as the space program.
It is a different viewpoint - from someone who really struggled and struggled, not from a sports jock who took naturally to the sport or learned at his father's knee.
Rather than try to teach you everything that would normally be covered in an introductory set of lessons, this book tries to help you understand some key fundamentals - including items experienced golfers take for granted and so they never discuss them with neophytes.
Download this book today and read it on the way to the sales conference or business meeting. You are still going to struggle as a beginner in golf, but at least you won't make a complete idiot of yourself, nor will you anger your playing partners by holding them up too much. You may even be able to fake some conversations so they think you know what you are talking about!
Learn the most important single lesson in golf
See why the pros stand up so much taller than amateurs
Discover why bunkers need not be feared and can be fun
Save a fortune on unnecessary equipment
Enjoy your first few rounds, then take lessons later
Speak the daily golf course parlance
Put your brain to work, rather than your muscles
Prepare before you get to the course
Control your clubs so you control your anger
Surprise them with your long putting
Work your way intelligently around the course
Have some fun and enjoy your walk in the sun