More than just a Tiger Woods fan book,
this really is an instructional guide and is very helpful
and descriptive. It provides an excellent breakdown
of different parts of the game including: sand shots,
driving, putting, short game etc. Many colorful photos
add to the enjoyment of this book.
This instructional guide is a must
read for any golfer regardless of handicap. <more reviews>
Drawing on a lifetime of playing and
teaching, David Leadbetter has developed the unique
ability to translate very difficult swing concepts and
golf fundamentals into easy-to-understand
language. His 100% Golf covers every aspect of the swing
and game in general, in the smallest detail, and is free of excessive technical jargon. From alignment,
ball position, and driving to fitness, mental toughness,
and problem lies, this book contains everything the
practicing golfer will ever need to know.
Hundreds of pages to help you get to
the pin from a hundred yards in. Filled with excellent
graphics and good descriptions this book is often viewed
as a must have for any golfer. This book would
be an excellent addition to any low handicappers (0-6) bookshelf who has a lot of time to dedicate to
shaving additional strokes. However, for most 'weekend
golfers' this book is too in depth and requires too
much time to be of significant use.
Take the emphasis off the use of individual
body parts and positions and place it on what really
matters - creating a swinging motion with the golf club.
This profoundly simple yet incredibly helpful book is
a must for any serious golfer.
Addresses the small differences in the
golf swing that make good players great. If you don't
read anything else in this book - make sure you read
the chapter on setup. It is excellent and besides -
that's where it all begins.
A good read and very useful for the mid handicapper (12-19).