THE, COMPLETE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO GOLF by Bill McCormick

THE, COMPLETE BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO GOLF

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KIRKUS REVIEW

McCormick stresses that golf is a sport dominated by ""manufactured"" experts where natural ability counts for relatively little. Thus it is well suited to players of average or less than average physique and for lifelong enjoyment. It is also well-suited to McCormick's slow, step by step teaching methods which encourage extensive practice of grip and swing before ever hitting the ball. Easy does it, easy readings advice that should get the patient begininer out of the rough.

Pub Date: March 1st, 1974
Page count: 132pp
Publisher: Doubleday