Hale Irwin will be the first person to tell you that he has never mastered the mechanics of golf: His swing isn't flawless, he isn't the best putter on the green, he isn't the most powerful driver -- but the one thing he has perfected is the art of winning. With more than twenty career victories and the only player since World War II to win three consecutive Senior Tour Championships, Irwin has consistently won where technique-driven players have not. In Hale Irwin's Smart Golf, he shares his invaluable tips and strategies, focusing on the practical and tactical methods that have helped him win time and time again. Concentrating on physical conditioning, equipment, tournament play, the short game, preparation, and practice, Irwin's advice will make any golfer better at the one thing that really counts: winning.
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Hale Irwin has been a major force on the PGA and Senior PGA Tour for 30 years. He owns three U.S. Open titles and is one of only 32 players in PGA history with 20 or more career victories. At age 45, he became the oldest player to win the U.S. Open. In 1995, he carried nearly three decades of success on the PGA Tour over to the Senior PGA Tour with instant results. Last year, he became the first player in half a century to capture three consecutive Senior Tour Championships, and only the fourth player in tour history to win the same event three straight times. Today, Irwin is regarded as the premier player on the Senior Tour.
Robin McMillian is Editor-in-Chief at Golf Magazine Properties. He has been a gold writer and editor for 16 years, and has written or edited seven golf books.
Jim Hartley is a lifelong amateur golfer who began incorporating many of the principles found in this book into his own game with instant results, more than 10 years ago.
Robin McMillan is editor in chief of Golf Magazine's Custom Publishing Division. Scottish by birth, he has lived in New York City for the past twenty-five years. He is married with two children.About the Author:
Martha Manning, Ph.D., is a writer, clinical psychologist, and former professor of psychology at George Mason University. She is the author of Undercurrents: A Life Beneath the Surface; Chasing Grace: Reflections of a Catholic Girl, Grown Up; and All Seasons Pass: Grieving Miscarriage. Manning has been recognized by the National Institutes of Mental Health for her work in education and advocacy and was awarded the American Psychiatric Association 1996 Presidential Award for Patient Advocacy. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including the New York Times Book Review, the Washington Post, Ladies' Home Journal, and New Woman. She has been featured on Dateline NBC, Good Morning America, C-SPAN, The Early Show, NPR's "Voice of America," and other radio and television programs.
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