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Golf Cures and Fixes: The Instant Improver for Every Single Golf Shot You'll Hit Hardcover – 15 Oct 2007


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Foreword by golf legend Ernie Els, winner of the The World Match Play Championships an unprecedented six times Unique user-friendly structure - club by club, shot by shot - quickly guides the reader to the answer to their problem. Photographs, diagrams, tips - everything you need to see how to improve A must-have book for 95% of golfers Portable and easy to use - ideal for taking to the golf course

About the Author

Steve Newell is an experienced golf writer who over the last 15 years has worked with many of the world's leading players and teachers. As well as being the instruction editor at Golf World for over10 years, he has written many golf books, including How to Build a Classic Golf Swing and The Complete Short Game, both with double US Open champion Ernie Els.


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