In this invaluable book, Mike McGetrick, one of GOLF Magazine's Top 100 Teaching Professionals in America and 1999 National PGA Teacher of the Year, shows how to make the best shot possible and shave strokes off your game. Sharing the same methods he uses when coaching some of the best players in the world, McGetrick outlines 12 basic shots you can incorporate into your game without overhauling your technique.
Straightforward and easy to follow, The Scrambler's Dozen opens the door to a world of master strategy and shot-making virtually guaranteed to save strokes on the golf course.
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In a perfect golfing universe, every drive would sail straight and every approach would land gently on the green, at tap-in range for birdie. Of course, there's no such thing as a perfect golfing universe. The best a golfer can do is be well-prepared for the harsh realities. As Bobby Jones once noted, golf's secret is the ability to convert a potential three strokes into two. In The Scrambler's Dozen, Mike McGetrick, the 1999 National PGA Teacher of the Year, identifies 12 shots that every golfer, regardless of handicap, needs to be able to pull out of the bag to help accomplish that.
McGetrick's arsenal moves from tee to green and includes both difficult recovery shots--such as exploding from a bunker, flopping, flyers, and hanging lies--and shots designed to work a ball with purpose, not just prayer--the lag putt, the fade, the feathered iron, and the standard pitch and its variations. For each, he clearly explains why and when you need the shot, how to approach it mentally, and--via photos--the physical set-up and swing required to accomplish it. Then he offers game-filled practice drills designed to help make learning this stuff fun, and to keep you working enough to trust the shots when you need them. Once that's laid out, he carefully summarizes his instruction with bullet points that include simple--and important--swing thoughts.
"Scrambling isn't reserved only for your off-days," McGetrick stresses. "Good golfers scramble every round." The key is scrambling with confidence. McGetrick's book will certainly help you lower your score. --Jeff SilvermanAbout the Author:
Mike McGetrick is the 1999 National PGA Teacher of the Year. He has won the Colorado Section PGA Teacher of the Year award on four seperate occasions and had three times been named one of the top 100 instructors in the United States by Golf Magazine. His instruction has appeared in television broadcasts and magazine articles. Mike coaches players on both the PGA and LPGA Tours. His students have won some of the most important titles in the game, including the U.S. Women's Open, LPGA Championship and Japenese PGA Championship. Mike lives in Denver with his wife, former LPGA Tour player Sara Anne, and their six children.
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