Are you tired of anger and frustration on the golf course? Do you wish you could play more consistently?
Whether you want to (1) learn basic golf techniques, (2) improve your consistency, or (3) master the mental part of the game, this audiobook will teach you everything you need to know.
Do missed putts drive you crazy?
Stop doing the same thing while expecting different results. Start applying proven strategies to improve your game. I've waded through the plethora of contradictory opinions on golfing tactics and distilled them into straightforward instructions anybody can follow to start seeing steady improvement.
Would you like to see your game steadily improve?
Start learning ideas that work in harmony to lower your scores. As you discover each principle, apply it to your golfing, and take note of how your playing improves!
Get the perfect swing.
Because you are a unique person, your perfect swing is going to be unique to you. I've boiled this complex action down to a few key ideas that will help you greatly improve your swing. What I share in this audiobook is designed to help your mind and body work in unison to find the swing that is optimal for you.
Balance the technical versus the intuitive.
All golfers fall somewhere along the lines between technical players and those who rely mainly on instinct. I have taken a mixed position, which allows me to share with you the best of both extremes, equipping you to play both technically and intuitively to your greatest advantage.
Start winning and having fun on the golf course!
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A Golf User's Guide
This book was a delightful listen because of the conversational tone and the details other golf books may not include.
I liked the clear advice on buying clubs, and the fairly comprehensive information for all levels of players.
Since this was a nonfiction offering, the only "character" is the voice of the author, which Joshua Mackey portrayed with life and energy.
I liked how the author dispelled much of the confusion that can come from reading conflicting advice of multiple golf experts. He did a good job of blowing away the fluff and presenting the fundamentals that almost anyone can benefit from.
The section on mental preparation was especially useful, not only for golf, which can depend so much on a player's focus and mental toughness, but for any sport.
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