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Golfweek's 101 Winning Golf Tips

In Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips, Andrisani presents readers with 101 different situations commonly faced on the course and then explains how the best players on the PGA Tour approach and execute those difficult shots.

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Whether you’re a beginning golfer setting foot on the course for the first time or a seasoned veteran with hundreds of rounds under your belt, chances are you’re looking for a way to improve your game. And who better to help you improve than the former long-time instructional editor at Golf magazine, John Andrisani? In Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips, Andrisani presents readers with 101 different situations commonly faced on the course and then explains how the best players on the PGA Tour approach and execute those difficult shots.

With expert advice on driving the ball, par-3 tee shots, fairway plays, trouble plays, short game savvy, and putt shots, Andrisani draws wisdom from the likes of Lee Trevino, Seve Ballesteros, Vijay Singh, Ernie Els, Phil Mickelson, Gary Player, Tom Watson, Ray Floyd, Tiger Woods, and forty more players and renowned teachers. Fully endorsed by the editors of Golfweek magazine and featuring fifty striking full-color photographs courtesy of renowned golf photographer Yasuhiro Tanabe, the expert advice dispensed in Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips is sure to help golfers of all skill and experience levels lower their scores and have more fun on the course.

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  1. John Andrisani

    Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips
    For an author who is accustomed to having to come up with a new idea for a book then run it by an agent to see if he will take on the project and, if not, having to go back to go and start creating all over again, the best telephone call or e-mail to receive is one in which you are told by a publisher, editor at a major publishing house, or literary agent, that they would like you to write a particular book, that is a good fit with what type books you usually write; in my case, most on golf instruction.
    Well, this scenario came true, when Mark Weinstein, former editor at Skyhorse Publishing, who I’ve known for many years, called me and e-mailed me, asking if I’d like to write a golf instruction book in conjunction with a leading golf publication. The book: Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips.
    To shorten a long story, a deal was struck and I wrote the book, highlighted by chapters on Driving the Ball, Par-3 Tee Shots, Trouble Play Techniques, and Putt-Shots, covering everything from a Wind-Cheater Drive to a Mid-Iron Back-Up shot to a Hybrid-Hit trouble shot to a Down-Grain Putt.
    If you’re real serious about wanting to learn new shots, give up experimenting and trying to teach yourself shots through trial-and-error on the golf course. Instead, pick out a couple of shots from each chapter in Golfweek’s 101 Winning Golf Tips that you’d like to learn first then head to the nearest practice area and follow the instructions for becoming an on-course shot-making master.
    Next, take what you learned to the golf course, remembering to analyze each lie and course situation, decide whether you want to choose a conservative or progressive strategy, select the ideal club for hitting the shot you plan on hitting, set up to the ball, look toward the green for hitting, say, an iron-approach, then visualize the ideal shot. Finally, employ the good swing needed to hit a good shot.

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