Peter Lightbown (P.G.A.) turned professional in 1972. He has taught golf extensively in Australia and in London, Denmark, and Malta, and now teaches in Sydney, Australia. Cecilia Croaker is a former librarian who edits and shapes Peter's books and other golf reference books. Peter and Cecilia are also the authors of the best seller The Fairway Within. She and Peter live in Sydney with John, Monty and Stripey. When not teaching golf Peter is flying his plane up and down the eastern coast of Australia.
In this edition of the Golf's Simple Secrets series you will learn how to manage your short game and the reasons why you slice, top and shank the ball and how to cure these common problems. You will learn how to manage bunker and chip shots and also how to obtain a rhythmic putting stroke and have better judgement of direction when putting therefore improving your confidence.
Every time we pick up a golf magazine we read about increasing power through speeding up the clubhead. However, whenever we try and directly speed the clubhead up, we actually lose power because we become disconnected from our body’s central core, which is the source of our power. So in this ebook we are going to be looking at ways of using our real source of power.
We all know what it is like to hit a good shot followed by a terrible shot leaving us bewildered and/or frustrated. We know we can hit the shot we have chosen so what happened? How can we fix these mistakes? This book explains what happens & introduces you to strategies to overcome the deadly "sergeant major mindset" so that you can harness your mind constructively throughout your round of golf.
If you want a lower handicap, Golf's Simple Secrets - The Short Game, is the book that shows you the secrets of the pros. You will learn one basic action to use for pitching, bunker shots and the chip shot. You will be surprised how simple and effective this action is to use and how by using it you will hit the ball with more confidence, enjoyment and distance in an effortless and seamless way.