The Secret of Golf: A Century of Groundbreaking, Innovative, and Occasionally Outlandish Ways to Master the World's Most Vexing Game
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The Secret of Golf: A Century of Groundbreaking, Innovative, and Occasionally Outlandish Ways to Master the World's Most Vexing Game

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47 Holy Grails—or, the Last Instruction Book You'll Ever Need

The X-Factor. The Gate. Golf-O-Metrics and Square-to-Square, Tour Tempo and the Pinch. For every golfer, at every level, hope springs eternal—that there's a secret or two out there that will take your game to an entirely new level.

Well here they are—forty-seven revolutionary keys to playing golf extremely well...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published April 18th 2005 by Workman Publishing Company (first published April 1st 1999)
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