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by Raymond Floyd

eBook From 60 Yards In: How to Master Golf's Short Game epub
  • ISBN: 0060922850
  • Author: Raymond Floyd
  • Genre: Sports
  • Subcategory: Coaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Harper Paperbacks (March 31, 1992)
  • Pages: 176 pages
  • ePUB size: 1131 kb
  • FB2 size 1424 kb
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Tips on the Short Game from Golf Legend Ray Floyd The short game is arguably the hardest part of golf. The only real improvement is in my putting from six feet in, which Mr. Floyd and I agree is the most important shot in golf.

Tips on the Short Game from Golf Legend Ray Floyd The short game is arguably the hardest part of golf. Hitting the ball off the tee is easy compared to the recovery shots and touch shots needed to get the ball onto the green and into the hole. Ray Floyd is an acknowledged master of the short game. Based on what I have just written, my opinion is that From 60 Yards in: How to Master Golf's Short Game, is a waste of money. It is simply a rehash of the first book - and a poor attempt at that. However, this does not reflect poorly on the seller in my opinion.

From 60 Yards In book. From 60 Yards In: How to Master Golf's Short Game. Hitting the ball off the tee is easy compared to the recovery shots and touch shots needed to get the ball onto the green and into the hole

Tips on the Short Game from Golf Legend Ray Floyd The short game is arguably the hardest part of golf.

Published by Harper Paperbacks (1992). Softcover in tan wraps with color photo of Floyd at work to front, 8vo. 173pp. Illustrations, sidebars. ISBN 10: 0060922850 ISBN 13: 9780060922856.

From 60 Yards In. How to Master Golf's Short Game. There's no description for this book yet. Published March 11, 1992 by Collins. A remarkable fellow, Raymond Floyd.

In his book "From 60 Yards In," golfing great Raymond Floyd notes that improving your short game is the quickest path to lowering your scores. That's because the majority of an amateur's shots come from inside 150 yards

In his book "From 60 Yards In," golfing great Raymond Floyd notes that improving your short game is the quickest path to lowering your scores. That's because the majority of an amateur's shots come from inside 150 yards. It isn't unusual for a weekend player to attempt more than 30 putts in a round. That means a high handicapper shooting 100 for a round may take nearly a third of his shots just on the putting green. Working with a PGA-certified instructor to get better at chipping, pitching and putting will lead to more consistent play.

From 60 Yards In: How to Master Golf's Short Game Raymond Floyd Author. The Greatest Golf Courses and How They Are Played: North America Mark Rowlinson Author.

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Tips on the Short Game from Golf Legend Ray Floyd

The short game is arguably the hardest part of golf. Hitting the ball off the tee is easy compared to the recovery shots and touch shots needed to get the ball onto the green and into the hole.

Ray Floyd is an acknowledged master of the short game, and he strongly credits his longtime success to his proficiency form 60 yards in.

In this profusely illustrated book, Floyd shares his personal theories on all facets of the short game: pitching, chipping, putting, and more. He describes what has worked for him and some of his colleagues and makes suggestions on how to vary shots depending on the reader's abilities and tendencies. He relates anecdotes of famous shots that have won for him, offers a wide range of practice exercises, and explains how the pros calmly handle unusual shots that leave duffers perplexed.

In all, this book will increase readers' golf smarts, bolster their confidence and lower their scores.

Comments: (7)
Halloween
This is a good book for beginners on chipping and putting. I had this book almost 35 years ago and every time somebody needs a book to read I recommend this
Nicearad
In my early 60's. Not long off tee now, nor was I ever long. Depend on my short game to score. Wanted a fresh look, so I bought several books on Amazon. Best of the bunch was retro Ray Floyd offering. Best advice..."play comfortable". Get the book and read about this tip in its proper context. It was immensely helpful to me. Contributed to my best and most consistent season of golf ever!
Gavinranadar
However, his other book (A Master's Guide to Scoring...), is all any golfer needs - no matter what there level is.. The stuff he relates in that book really works.

It teaches you how to play the Game of Golf. I am a golf instruction book junkie. I am always looking for a better explanation of the swing in hopes of getting better.

Like Mr. Floyd states in the book, I was missing the forest for the trees. What I really wanted out of my game is to score lower. That is what he explains in a plain unadorned way. Reading his Guide to Scoring is almost like having him in your living room coaching you up!

Mr. Floyd teaches that by playing the percentages anyone, no matter their ability will score better. It worked for me ! I am scoring better than I ever have and that's with no improvement in my swing mechanics, ball striking or sand play.

Thanks to Mr. Floyd I now know what thinking your way around a course means.

The only real improvement is in my putting from six feet in, which Mr. Floyd and I agree is the most important shot in golf.

Based on what I have just written, my opinion is that From 60 Yards in: How to Master Golf's Short Game, is a waste of money. It is simply a rehash of the first book - and a poor attempt at that.

However, this does not reflect poorly on the seller in my opinion. The book is in good condition for it's age. Just as the seller described and it was delivered within the estimated time.

I have no issues with the seller. I just wish that I had listened to those that gave it a poor rating. I just believed that since the first book was so good the second must be great. Was I ever wrong.

Please learn from my experience and don't buy this book!
Malann
Good instruction
Eigonn
Ray was the master. Keep it low.All these young kids want to hit every shot sky high. Ray disagrees. Ray says the word practice a lot in this book.
Gholbirdred
Valuable for anyone's golf game. Greatly improved my wedge play and my sand play. just remember that the ball will go where your club face is pointing, too.
Paxondano
How to make shots, not swings.
Didn't finish the whole book. I was looking for more of an instructional "how to" book and this is "how to think"
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