David J Bodner, Sr
David J. Bodner Sr. : As a young lad from upstate New York, David's father gave him a set of Hickory-shafted clubs.
He had learned his game from the ground-up practicing at the near-by Mechanicville Golf Club. David has designed, developed and presently manufactures - on a small scale - the American-Made "Loft Below Equator" putter (LBE). The web site is: lbeputters.com.
He has also authored the book "Golf: Learn to Play and Have Fun" in order to fill in and clarify the void of the many confusing details for golfers wanting to learn and play the game of golf. As a fellow golfer he has found that there is a dearth of instruction that can be overwhelming, confusing and yet compatible all at the same time.
Instructors of the past and present are often saying the same things and, at the same time, different things to describe individual techniques that David attempts to clarify.
As a teacher for 34 years in Amsterdam, NY his talents to describe and explain difficult details qualify him as a good source of information and a man who wants golf to be enjoyed by all.
David's current home is in Ocala, Florida where he and his wife enjoy the Florida Sunshine and many days of golf year-round.
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Golf: Learn to Play and Have Fun
by David J Bodner, Sr
Golf: Learn to Play and Have Fun is a clear and complete book on the often confusing and complex game of Golf. The reader will understand and be prepared to choose from the many - sometimes - conflicting details of the game, and incorporate particular and personal concepts into their own game. Playing and understanding Golf is fun and an ongoing task that bewilders and fascinates us all.
by David J Bodner, Sr
David J. Bodner Sr., also author of GOLF; LEARN TO PLAY AND HAVE FUN provides detailed and yet clear advice and information for golfers.
His book PUTTING ADVICE is a revealing and refreshing book helping the reader by providing: helpful knowledge explaining types of putters; and information on the types of strokes effective for particular putters.
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