The Ultimate Guide To Golf
Golf is a hugely popular sport, for spectators and participants alike, and it has grown in popularity as the years have gone on – it is now played and watched by a wide and eclectic range of people. It is not uncommon to hear a conversation between two people where one complains about his golf drive and the other commiserates and talks about how their short game needs improvement. Most of us aren’t professional golfers, so there will always be something in our game we can improve – but lessons aren’t cheap!
How To Play Business Golf Revisited
Golf and business have gone hand in hand for many a year – promotions have been secured, deals closed, and major decisions taken over the course (no pun intended) of eighteen holes. At the end of the game, in the clubhouse, contracts have been signed and strategies decided. It is something of a wonder that it has taken so long for someone to write a book like this. How To Play Business Golf , the first book in this series, showed how you can use golf in your business life. Now the advice has been re-tooled to show ever more clearly how you can use golf and business to make each other more enjoyable.
Junior Golf Guide
When Tiger Woods was a very young boy, his father Earl put a golf club in his hands and encouraged him to practise. He kept up a strong training regime that had Tiger primed and ready to hit the PGA tour while still in his teens, and by his early twenties Tiger Woods was the greatest golfer in the world, and is considered by many to be the best there ever has been. Not every child who practises from an early age is going to end up on the PGA tour, but the fact remains – dedicated practice at an early developmental stage can lead to greatness.