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    Golf for Beginners: Approach It the Right Way | Mark Taylor

    Golf for Beginners: Approach It the Right Way

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 10 mins)
    • By Mark Taylor
    • Narrated By Forris Day Jr
    • Whispersync for Voice-ready
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    Have you always wanted to learn how to play golf? Does this game appeal to you but you were afraid to give it a try? If you have answered affirmatively to either one of these two questions, you have arrived at this book for all the right reasons. Golf is an amazing game and, with practice, you too can become a great golf player. With the help of this book, you can learn how to play golf, as well as discover the rules of the game and the best tips for beginners.

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    Golf: Intermediate Lessons | Mark Taylor

    Golf: Intermediate Lessons

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 5 mins)
    • By Mark Taylor
    • Narrated By Forris Day Jr
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    When you play golf for the first time, it is practically impossible not to be amazed at how complex it is. There are so many rules to follow, different clubs to be used for different purposes and it always seems like you are missing something. But, as you practice more and more, you begin to get the hang of it. And it gets you. All of a sudden, you find yourself at the next level: intermediate. The good news is that, now, you have all this experience. However, you still have a lot of things to learn.

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    Golf: Advanced Lessons: Golf Lessons, Book 3 | Mark Taylor

    Golf: Advanced Lessons: Golf Lessons, Book 3

    • UNABRIDGED (1 hr and 11 mins)
    • By Mark Taylor
    • Narrated By Forris Day Jr.
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    A wise person once said that golf is not a sport but rather a way of life. This is quite true, especially if you are seriously interested in reaching the expert level in this sport. Progressing to this level requires dedication, constant practice and the innate desire to succeed, no matter what. You have to be able to stand the competition, working on yourself first and foremost. But, most importantly, you have to refine your skills and abilities, fine tuning yourself as an expert golf player.

    Just terrible.

    it basically tells you to go practice more. No useful information at all if you have ever played a round golf

    Reviewed on June 28 2017 by riffraff ()