Top 3 Golf Short Game Instruction
of the keys to successful scoring in golf lies within having a good solid and reliable short
game. So if you consider that the average player on average may only hit three or four
greens in regulation during a round of golf, you can imagine the
potential number of strokes that can be saved.
If you can practice the correct golf short game techniques, in the right way, so you
can get up and down on a regular basis from around the greens, there is
no doubt that your golfing handicap will improve and your scores will reduce.
This is where you can learn the correct techniques and practices from
some of the greatest short game players and golfing instructors in the
world. I have listed the top 3 short
game books below, written by the best in the business, so you can take
advantage of their knowledge and skills, and start to improve your
overall golfing performance and enjoy playing better golf.
No. 1 - Secrets
of The Short Game
From 50 yards in, there is no golfer in history that has demonstrated
more talent, flair, creativity and precision, or generated more raw
excitement, than the great man himself, Phil
. His ability with the sand wedge and putter are
legendary, not only amongst his fans, but with his peers as well.
His talent with these clubs are the primary reason for his 34
tournaments wins, including 3 major championships. 'Secrets
Of The Short Game'
does a fantastic job of conveying his
unmatched skills, and is a must have if you are looking to add a little
more excitement and imagination to your short game!
No. 2 - Short
Game Bible by Dave Pelz
decades worth of scientific research and studying thousands of golfers
knows that the most important, yet least focused on part
of golf is the short game. He understands that 80% of strokes lost to
par are down to the golfers play within 100 yards of the putting green.
Dave Pelz's 'Short
breaks down all of the shots that are required
within this zone, including chipping, wedges, lob shots, bunker shots
and distance wedges and puts them into manageable lessons to ensure
that you benefit from the vast amount of knowledge contained in this
No. 3 - The Art
of The Short Game by Stan Utley
As one of golf’s most revered instructors, Stan Utley now reveals the
tactics behind his revolutionary techniques in The
Art of the Short Game
recognizing that people have different
golf swing preferences, he provides an easy to understand, if not
slightly unconventional approach to the short game.
If you are losing a lot of strokes around the greens with your short
game, then taking the opportunity to adopt Stan
approach in 'The Art Of The Short Game' may very well
be the solution to helping you become more positive around the greens
and start seeing your scores significantly drop!
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