Golf Books #128 (Golf Demystified)

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Golf is not a game of absolute perfection, it is a game of controlled imperfection.  It is a simple game by design.  We find a way to make it difficult.  FACT…The golf handicap average has only dropped one stroke since 1990. It remains around 19.1.  There is a reason.  You cannot continue to do the exact same thing and expect different results.  The conventional approach to golf instruction has led to information overload and utter  confusion.

“You swing your best when you have the fewest things to think about.” Bobby Jones

This book shows you the most efficient way to become a better golfer.  You will improve your game quickly by increasing your overall power, consistency, control and confidence from tee to green.  You will break 100, 90, 80 or 70 on your scorecard by combining proven biomechanics with imagery and simple drills that facilitate the mind-body connection. 

You must keep the game simple to unleash the player locked inside! (source)

Publication Date: January 1, 2014

Abouth the Author: David Reim (1971-present) was born in Rancocas, New Jersey and moved to Richboro, Pennsylvania in 1976. At the age of 15, he started caddying at Northampton Valley Country Club where his passion and love for the game of golf began. He played collegiate golf at Penn State University. In 2000, he published his first edition golf instruction book entitled, “A Prescription for Better Golf.” In 2014, he published another first edition golf instruction book entitled, “Golf Demystified.” He currently resides in Warrington, Pennsylvania where he serves as a golf, fitness, and computer expert.