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120 Timeless Golf Lessons: How to Improve Your Golf Swing and Play Your Best Golf in Just 30 Days Paperback – March 21, 2013
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About the Author
As a teaching professional in the making Gregor lives and breathes golf. When he is not on the course he shares his passion for all aspects of the game in his writing or on his blog. He does not pretend to know it all, but simply teaches what works for himself with a no nonsense approach. As a dedicated golfer he tries everything to turn his students' and his handicap to positive.
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The tone is motivating and friendly but also very concise and to the point, just as you'd expect from a good golf coach.
The book begins with a short introduction on how to create your personal training plan. The rest of the book pretty much consists of many exercises divided into days and categories (short game, mental game ...). I like this concept a lot. This way you can choose the exercises that benefit you most. I struggle with my long game so I chose to work on that.
Throughout the exercises the author shares his own experiences and gives tips on what to focus on or how to change specific parts of the exercises, which is nice.
There are no pictures in the book, only some decorating graphics. Although the instruction is short and to the point a couple of pictures would have helped me to understand some of the concepts better. Especially because I'm not that long into the game.
The book is fairly short. It delivers what is promised and provides many ideas to draw from. But there's almost no general instruction on golf technique. The author provides some sources and encourages you to learn by doing.
Despite these drawbacks, I highly recommend this book. First, because there are a lot of great exercises and ideas in it to learn from. And because the systematic approach works great. I already improved my long game and have a better understanding of the golf swing just by doing a couple of the exercises.
The author provides you with a lot of exercises to build you own schedule. I followed the instruction and started to work on my swing. After I did a couple of the exercises I was surprised of how little I actually knew about my own swing. I originally just wanted to fix my hook problem and am now working on my setup, my grip and making better contact. I feel confident now that with a little more time I can develop a decent swing.