HOW TO BE A BETTER WOMAN GOLFER by Louis T. Stanley

HOW TO BE A BETTER WOMAN GOLFER

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KIRKUS REVIEW

By a man...but one who maintains that there are certain cardinal principles and techniques of advancement for women golfers that even a man can discuss. Bypassing judgment of the formidables- Babe Zaharias and Patty Berg for two- Stanley states his principles, that women must make the best of their own physical potentialities for successful golfing and that their weakest point tends to be the grip, and then goes on to enlarge in general context. Like Cleveland with a first emphasis on thinking and planning, Stanley talks about the basic techniques of all shots from driving to putting, simply and understandably, getting his golfer in and out of all kinds of trouble and placing her at all angles to the green. Then, with what she should do out of the way, there is advice on curing what she does wrong- hooking, slicing and the rest. Tips on trick shots, weather, match play psychology give a look to a better future in a good set of instructions for a post-beginner who wants to read about the game.

Publisher: Crowell