Book "Straight Down the Middle" by Josh Karp a spiritual journey of golf discovery
Josh Karp did what every golfers wants to do. Explore his golf game to its greatest depths to figure out what makes it tick and what will make it better.
Karp’s book, Straight Down the Middle, chronicles his spiritual journey in learning to “stop worrying and love my golf swing” as the subtitle suggests. Golfers at every level have secretly admired somebody else’s game. As a 14-handicapper, I dream of someday breaking into single digits. A nine wants to be as smooth and consistent as a 3. And a club pro wants to be a tour pro and on and on up the food chain.
Karp uses zen-like swing doctors to cut his ballooning 18 handicap down to 11, while finding peace and harmony within his mind while duffing his way through fairways across North America and Scotland. It’s a book we all could write, but Karp does it with a journalistic wit and flair. Published by Chronicle Books, it retails for $23.95.
|« Sahalee Country Club welcomes home Seattle native Fred Couples for 2010 U.S. Senior Open||New Gary Player book preaches lessons for golf, life »|