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Join your friends on the golf course with confidence!
Inside How to Play Golf for Beginners, you’ll discover:
- The rules of the game
- How to calculate golf handicaps
- Golf etiquette dos and don’ts
- The various kinds of golf clubs, balls, and other gear to get
- The many types of golf play you can enjoy
You’ll even get an easy-to-follow golf practice schedule!
This audiobook describes the many types of golf courses you can enjoy:
- Traditional links courses
- Tricky parkland courses
- Stunning desert courses
- Challenging mountain courses
You’ll learn all about the different parts of a golf hole, from the tee box to the green. This audiobook describes handicap options for players of various skill levels and the concept of par. You’ll learn golf scoring lingo like birdie and double bogey - and how to strategize each hole for the best scores possible.
Inside this comprehensive guide, you’ll learn various types of golf strokes for different purposes:
- Distance shots from long to short, as well as approach shots and putts
- Objective shots for calculated risks and obstacle avoidance
- Effect shots such as slice and draw that curve in the air
- Altitude shots like backspin and low-level punch shots
Don’t miss out on this exciting and social game - get your copy of How to Play Golf for Beginners right away, and step up to the tee with confidence!
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This book sounded like it was written in a different language, and then published in english via un-edited use of Google Translate. There were tense and conjugation errors that graded on me and distracted from the subject matter. There was also very little information here. I think Roger Banks had a couple of pages of material to fit into this 3 hr book, so there was a lot of repeating. A lot of repeating.
Further, the narrator was terrible as well. For the first chapter I couldn't tell if the narrator was an actual person, or one of those programs that read inputted text with arbitrary inflection. This narrator should read stereo instructions and nothing else.
The production value, too was poor. Often the narrator mispronounced something, and just took another try and the editor let us listen to both takes. Anything to add minutes to the bottom line I guess.
Please don't buy this "book".