As I get asked to do the solo sessions quite a bit I hope you don’t mind me indulging you today to talk about the book written by Gary Nicol and myself.
The Lost Art of the Short game.
It has recently been released and already has been up to Number 1 in the Amazon golf rankings.
It is a piece of work we are particularly proud of.
As I describe today the book opens up by going back in time to two of the greatest shots ever played in the history of golf.
Seve Ballesteros on the 18th at Royal Birdale in 1976 and Tiger Woods on the 16th at the Masters in 2005.
We start the book with these shots because they give a strong indication of what the book is about.
To develop your short you need to engage your IMAGINATION and creativity.
These two shots are pure imagination at work.
We also talk about the need to tie in with imagination a really strong understanding of how to use the TOOL in your hand
How do you actually get the best out of the wedges you use?
The answer to that question is revealed
With the help of guest contributors such as Bob Vokey, the godfather of modern wedges, Sky Sports Andrew Coltart
Dean Robertson from Stirling University who is a short game genius
Mike Clayton one of the game’s great course designers
The book is packed full of great training you can use at this time of year
Ideas about HOW to change your approach to scoring
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