Book "Learn to Play Golf In 10 Easy Lessons" gets new golfers off on the right foot
I looked at the title and cringed.
Nobody can “Learn to Play Golf In 10 Easy Lessons.” It’s impossible, right?
Probably, but Neil Tappin’s new 160-page, 250-color photo book does its best to steer beginners into a lifetime of golf bliss. Tappin, the editor of Golf Monthly, breaks down the game into 10 chapters: Before you start, the address position, the swing, pitching and chipping, putting, troubleshooting, advanced long game, fault fixer, how to practice and on course.
He also forgot conquering first tee jitters, drawing the ball on command and avoiding the yips. I’m kidding.
Tappin’s book hits all the necessary highlights, providing a must-read for anybody serious about tackling this cruel, addictive, lovable game. The book, published by Hamlyn/Octopus in February, retails for $12.99.
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