Just arrived here at HOG world headquarters is the 2nd edition of Tom Watson’s instructional DVD, Lessons of a Lifetime.
I’ll be reviewing the program soon and writing a full review so stay tuned. I will be skipping right to the short game lessons first, the area I need the most work.
In for review here at Hooked On Golf Blog is a very classy and finely packaged DVD box set from Gary Player called “A Game for Life.” With years of work in the CD/DVD manufacturing work under my belt, I’m very impressed with the layout and design of this set.
Gary Player – A Game for Life
I’m excited to check out this golf instructional DVD set as it claims to approach improving one’s golf game in a different and unique way.
Stay tuned for my review coming soon. I’m most anxious to see what Mr. Player’s short game instruction is. I need it… bad.
In for review is a DVD called Creating Young Masters by junior golf instructor Kent Chase. Here’s a paragraph about the DVD:
This series is a combination of documentary, learning, and insight to what it takes to be a great golfer. It is the confluence of teacher, student, and parent who embark on the journey to reach lofty goals such as winning championships, obtaining college scholarships, and qualifying for professional tour cards.
With all the talk of “growing golf,” getting youngsters involved and into the game is certainly a big part.
Stay tuned for my review of Creating Young Masters soon.
Usually I post videos of my buddy, the director of golf at my home course Guy Lester, in trouble to give him grief. In this particular case he tried something I would have never thought of to get himself out of the horrid “plugged golf ball under the lip of the bunker” situation. Instead of opening the blade to his sand wedge, he turned the toe down. It was a brilliant shot which not only got on the green (the main goal), but settled to about five feet!
And to cap it off, he was playing with a broken foot. That’s dedication to golf!
There are many studies which prove that short study sessions allow the pupil to retain more than long study sessions. It is better to, for instance, study in 20 minute segments and break three times than to study a straight hour. The starts and stops are where most of the information is retained. That’s what makes a format like 365 Golf Tips & Tricks From the Pros so great. It is 592 pages, but there’s no way on earth I’d read it from start to finish. I’ll take a tip and read it with the thoughts of really trying to absorb it and work the concept into my game or my practice.
I recommend keeping books like this in places you’ll visit every day… Click to buy
1 Tip Per Day
365 Golf Tips & Tricks From the Pros is obviously meant to be read a day at a time, a tip at a time. Read that one tip on one day and really try to absorb it. The tips are well but concisely written and all supported by color photos demonstrating the concept.
All areas of golf are covered from the rules to etiquette to long and short games. 365 lessons are in there and at only $12.95, a fraction of the cost of one private lesson!