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Your Short Game Solution:

Mastering the Finesse Game from 120 Yards and In

by James Sieckmann  (Author),‎ David Denunzio (Author),‎ Greg Rose (Foreword)

Supported by state-of-the-art motion analysis research, "short game guru to the pros" James Sieckmann unveils his "finesse wedge" swing -- a proven and pragmatic way to learn, practice, and perform with each wedge in the bag in every situation -- and shows players that upgrading their short game is possible.



Your Putting Solution: A Tour-Proven Approach to Mastering the Greens

by James Sieckmann (Author),‎ David Denunzio (Author),‎ Tom Per Jr. (Foreword)



In a follow-up to the industry-acclaimed Your Short Game Solution, James Sieckmann presents a no-nonsense plan to making more putts. According to Sieckmann, you can score even if your mechanics are flawed as long as you master four essential skills: 1) choosing the correct line; 2) starting your ball on that line; 3) matching the line with appropriate speed; and 4 believing completely in yourself and in your training. Borrowing from the same playbook he uses with his Tour clients, Sieckmann outlines a step-by-step process for perfecting these skills, which automatically boost performance."




The Practice Manual: The Ultimate Guide for Golfers

by Mr. Adam Young (Author)

With golfers around the World hitting the driving ranges and not improving, it is time to do something different -- it's time to do something better. Using information from the latest in motor learning research, you will discover the key ingredients which make the ultimate practice plan. You will also find out where you have been going wrong all these years, and be able to quickly change for the better. 




Golf is Not a Game of Perfect

by Dr. Bob Rotella


Dr. Bob Rotella, a noted sports psychologist and performance consultant, roots around the golfer's mind to expose--and analyze--the doubts, the fears, and the frustrations that haunt anyone who's ever picked up a club and swung it. Through anecdote and aphorism he suggests how these mental and emotional hazards can be played through, and, regardless of skill level, how teeing off with a more positive and confident outlook will translate into better performance.