When Mohamed Noorani writes, he uses the nom de plume of Sandy Parr. Sandy Parr writes mostly on golf. He loves golf, but he is not the typical, ardent, or fanatic golfer who habitually watches the World Golf Ranking. Instead, Sandy spends his time writhing and agonising just to understand why the incorrigible weekend golfers (including him) find it so hard to shave off their handicap. He never pretends that he has the answer, or is even near to it. Nonetheless, he knows from observation that the touring pros are way ahead of the weekend golf nuts, simply because of their prowess in reaching the greens in regulation, their superiority in the delicate chipping and pitching shots, and their confidence in putting. In other words, the pros are superior in everything. This book is a compilation of what Sandy Parr had noted about golf as seen from the eyes of a weekend golfer. Sandy would advise that the easiest shots to shave off your score are found in the short game. Chipping, pitching, and putting donat require tremendous swing speed or physical ability. Plus, they can be practiced in your backyard or living room. Having a reliable tee shot that land in the fairway is important as well. Finding the short grass off the tee is much more important than distance, especially for high handicappers.It is a common practiceofmost clubsto have itsown sets of guidelines of golfetiquettes. Each clubdrawsits own ... (an internationally recognised alert) ac Observe the safety suggestions posted in golf carts and drive carefully. Golf etiquette ... Course. ac Observe cartrules. Some courseswill post acartpath onlya signs;others will askyou toobservethe a90 degree rule. ... Repair your ball marks on the green. ac Always.
|Title||:||Sandy Parr At The 19th Hole|
|Publisher||:||Xlibris Corporation - 2012-11-17|