From arriving too late for your tee time, to trying to keep your head too still, if there is a common, easily correctible mistake a golfer makes it is in this book. 52 chapters in all, each discussing a mistake and how to correct it.
Author: Clive Scarff
Publisher: Ravenrock Publishing Incorporated
Do you suck at golf? Do you know someone who does? While written in a tongue-in-cheek style, Why You Suck at Golf is an informative and education manual chronicling the most common mistakes golfers make when playing this wondrous game. From arriving too late for your tee time, to trying to keep your head too still, if there is a common, easily correctible mistake a golfer makes it is in this book. 52 chapters in all, each discussing a mistake and how to correct it. So whether you want to have a little dig at the golfaholic among your friends or family, or serious about eradicating shot-costing mistakes in your game, "Why You Suck at Golf" is a must read. Written by Teaching Professional Clive Scarff, author of the #1 ranked "Hit Down Dammit " golf instruction book, also available on Amazon.
When an associate asks if I want to play a round of golf, I say no. They ask me
why and I say, “Because I suck at golf.” Then they enlighten me, saying I need to
play often to improve, to which I respond, “No, actually I don't. I like sucking at golf
Author: Phil Torcivia
Publisher: Phil Torcivia
A divorced man continues his hilarious search for true love as he struggles to learn what women really want.
All you'll have to do is just ask for the business at the end of the round. Don't believe me? Read the book, take action and implement the techniques, and see what happens. You can thank me later!
Author: Jason Malecha
Publisher: Independently Published
Have you ever taken a client out on the Golf Course? How did that go? Did you find that it was hard work trying to "make that sale"? Or was it just a prospect or potential client? Are you any good at Golf in the first place? If you SUCK at Golf then you have NO business taking a prospect or client out on the course to play a round of golf. I'm telling you this because when taking a client out and you are not any good at the game, then they most likely won't buy from you, you'll make a fool of yourself, and you just wasted 5 hours of your time. Let me tell you if you can't close a client sitting in a golf cart, right next to them for 5 hours, then you probably should find another profession. Actually, it probably wasn't your sales game that was the problem. It was your GOLF GAME! Why do I say that you ask? Because, if you can play golf and play golf well, then your chances of closing that deal go up 10% for every 3 strokes on your handicap. If you're a scratch golfer or a ZERO handicap, then you WILL be closing at 100% on the Golf Course. At least from my experience, that's the case. If you can play golf well, then you actually don't even need to talk business the entire time. All you'll have to do is just ask for the business at the end of the round. Don't believe me? Read the book, take action and implement the techniques, and see what happens. You can thank me later!
on you moved and you brought all this horrible decor with you. You know you
suck at golf. Do you think having all this shit makes you look like you can actually
play the game?” He sat in the oversized chair and put his feet the ottoman.
Author: Victoria M. Patton
Publisher: Dark Force Press
A cold case, a serial killer, and a dead girl that won’t go away. Profiler FBI Agent Derek Reed is dealing with a costly mistake. A mistake leaving him with horrible physical injuries, plagued by nightmares, and the harsh reality a girl is dead because of him. Forced into a sixty-day medical leave, he heads from Arizona to Tennessee to see his family. Using his love of photography, he decides taking photos of old abandoned buildings will help distract him from the mess he’s made. When he finds an old tin box at a farmhouse, he’s sure his luck is about to change. But instead of a treasure, he finds the trophies of a serial killer. Four photos of four girls. Murdered over the course of one year, beginning in 1985. Current cases are hard enough, but tracking a killer from over thirty years ago is almost impossible. Knowing he can’t ask for help from his unit, he questions if he should bury the box and walk away. Not being able to leave a puzzle unsolved, Derek decides to hunt for a killer. Driven by guilt, he hopes solving this case will help him atone for his past sins—a deadly mistake from his childhood. But chasing a ghost from the past stirs up old memories. Memories Derek buried for a reason. The Box is a forensic thriller with a paranormal twist. Buy your copy today! Victoria M. Patton combines forensics and police work with just enough humor. Her unique way of writing will have you on a roller coaster ride of emotions and keep you turning pages well past your bedtime. Visit her on line to learn more about her and sign up for sneak peaks of her books, what murders she’s plotting, and what whiskey she is currently drinking.
Some approach it as the ultimate vacation, a time for golf, fishing, oil painting and
grandchild dandling. Others resign ... "We were going to invest a chunk of money
and then, with our expertise, turn it around. It was a total ... "We suck at golf." W.
Cincinnati Magazine taps into the DNA of the city, exploring shopping, dining, living, and culture and giving readers a ringside seat on the issues shaping the region.
Dorn dropped another ball in the fairway and concentrated on keeping his head
down. ... Not that he expected to waltz to the nomination without challenge but he
had expected to have weeks, maybe even months of ... “You suck at golf. I hope ...
Author: Mark Ethridge
Publisher: NewSouth Books
Josh Gibbs decided he was through with investigative reporting when controversy derailed his Pulitzer Prize ambitions in Atlanta. Now editor of a weekly paper, he gets two pieces of news from Dr. Allison Wright that change everything. The first is that his daughter has cancer. The second -- that a mysterious condition is plaguing Wright’s patients -- leads the widowed newspaperman and divorced physician in pursuit of an unimaginable danger. Fallout is the story of their journey -- a journey through an Ohio River town’s myths, heroes and oddities, from Indian curses to rat fishing to an alternative view of George Washington. Above all, Fallout is a story of corporate irresponsibility, of political self-interest, and of a potential catastrophe that looms in most American cities. Written by Mark Ethridge, author of the novel Grievances, now the major motion picture Deadline, starring Eric Roberts.
“I go there for business lunches because I have to. The rest is pure bullshit and
not how I ever want to spend a day.” Wen smiled as he put the key in the ignition
and the sports car roared to life. “Because you suck at golf.” Something else that ...
Author: HelenKay Dimon
Welcome to Need to Know—Because a Woman Can't Be Too Informed Dating in D.C. is like navigating an apocalyptic wasteland populated by men in expensive suits with zero mating potential. Need to Know provides all the information a savvy single woman like you needs to avoid dating disasters. By night, Jordan McAdam is the proprietor of a popular website that rates D.C.'s hottest bachelors—everything from how quick they are to email you back, to their skills in the sack. She's been burned once too often to accept any man at face value. By day, her job as an office temp puts her in the perfect position to do a little fact-checking on her rich and powerful subjects. When her latest assignment brings her face-to-face with the sexy but mysterious Forest Redder, Jordan decides to do a little "hands-on" research of her own. To Jordan, he seems like the perfect man—but she knows there is no such thing. Moreover, there's a big problem: Forest knows Jordan's the woman behind the scandalous site—and Jordan knows he knows. Will he expose her secret—or find his own posted on Need to Know?
Are you looking for a fun gift for someone close to you? This is a perfect blank, lined notebook for men, women, and children. Great for taking down notes, reminders, and crafting to-do lists.
Author: Rosita Zander
Are you looking for a fun gift for someone close to you? This is a perfect blank, lined notebook for men, women, and children. Great for taking down notes, reminders, and crafting to-do lists. Also a great creativity gift for decoration or for a notebook for school or office! This notebook is an excellent accessory for your desk at home or at the office. It's the perfect travel size to fit in a laptop bag or backpack. Use it on the go and you will keep all of your notes and reminders in organized in one place. Professionally designed this 6x9 notebook provides the medium for you to detail your thoughts. Buy your notebook today and begin to fill the pre-lined pages with your heart's desire. Your new notebook includes: Fresh white paper 100 pages 6x9 inch format Paper color: White We have even more wonderful titles that you'll enjoy! Be sure to click on the author name for other great notebook ideas.
If you've ever wondered what clubs should be in your bag, this is the book for you. If you've ever wondered how to get a good deal on clubs, this is the book for you.
Author: Jeff Beck
Publisher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Most golfers aren't very good, and that's okay. But, most golfers would like to be better. They don't want to go pro. They aren't aiming for the club championship. Just better. And that's where this book comes in. Instead of trying to change your swing, you need to change how you think about the game. Suck Less At Golf teaches golfers how to figure out the best way to play their game. It also helps to demystify the game that so many of us only partially understand - from shot selection to jargon. If you've ever wondered what clubs should be in your bag, this is the book for you. If you've ever wondered how to get a good deal on clubs, this is the book for you. If you've ever wondered how to find the right pro to take lessons from, this is the book for you. If you've ever wondered what you should be doing at the range, this is the book for you. If you want help breaking 75, or you'd like someone to remold your swing in someone else's image, then keep looking. Suck Less At Golf will help you enjoy the game more. If it doesn't, then it will at least guide you to find new clubs once you've thrown your current set into the nearest lake.
Adolph Zukor Good Things About Being the Oldest Person in the World: You
make 'The Guinness Book of Records' ... to yourself; you don't need denture
cleaner - you can just call the grandchildren and borrow theirs; you can suck at
golf and ...
Category: Old age
Old is the new young! Grey is the new black! Rocking chairs are the new rock 'n' roll! Saga-louts are the new lager-louts! This collection of wrinklie wit and wisdom is proof-positive that the stereotypes of knitting grannies and doddering grandads just aren't true anymore - if, indeed they ever were.
If you are looking for a Diary, Daily planner, Gratitude Journal for Golf Player.
Author: golf notebook
If you are looking for a Diary, Daily planner, Gratitude Journal for Golf Player. This multipurpose journal is the perfect fit for your needs. Great for taking notes in class, journal writing and essays Journal Notebook Features: 100 blank lined white pages Duo sided wide ruled sheets 6 x 9 Inch (15.24 x 22.86 cm)
After a while, they ended up in the frosty kitchen, sitting at opposite ends of the
glass-and- metal table. A dewy ... "I had gym today. We drove golf balls. I suck at
it." "You don't. That's something your father convinced you." "No. I suck." "If you do
Category: Arts, Modern
It's been going on for about five minutes now , ” I say , in a golf announcer's
breathy voice . “ Mostly small ... My training for this profession , it turned out , had
been my years at Madison Square Garden , shouting “ Hey ref , you suck ! ” at
Author: Allen J. Abel
Category: Foreign correspondents
Face it, you suck at golf anyway. □ A pawnbroker will grudgingly shell out $30
each for once-loved possessions (your boom box), stuff you hate (the watch your
stepmom gave you), and stuff your girlfriend hates (time to hand over the pistol).
Author: Maxim Editorial Staff
Publisher: Maxim Books
Category: Life skills
"Maxim gives you the straight dope on how to manage your money like a pro, dominate the scene at work, always be in top physical shape, and have women crawling all over you"--Page 4 of cover.
Billy Hatcher & The Giant Egg is camera at every turn . easily categorized — it ' s
an egg - Besides running like hell and rolling rolling ... As with the previous three
installments , you can feed CDs and DVDs to your PS2 and witness the S PUT A
TIGER IN YOUR TANK Golf : a man ' s game . ... we suck at it . Woods 2004 has
seven new courses and more real - life PGA players → HOW HOT . . DATA O ...
Author: Antje Lenthe-Arcia
Living up to its four-star reputation as the premier design annual, this edition offers an impressive display of new work in advertising, promotion, editorial, posters, publication design, illustration, photography, television, and, for the first time, new media, covering a range of computer design.
This is the audience I am writing to with “Mystic Links”: non-golfers and golfers alike. Golf is the common denominator, but the actual stories are about people. People who play golf and people who don't.
Author: Clive Scarff
Virtually no one out there lacks an opinion about golf. Golfers are obsessed with it and non-golfers are never shy to voice their opinion on it. This is the audience I am writing to with “Mystic Links”: non-golfers and golfers alike. Golf is the common denominator, but the actual stories are about people. People who play golf and people who don't. Golf can be a metaphor for life, and certainly life can be a metaphor for golf. I consider myself a true sports fan, with my love for sports ranging from ice hockey to cricket and almost everything in between. But there is something inexplicable about golf. Its history, its traditions, and certainly its characters. Golf's inexplicability can even foster a mystical impression of it; that there are powers at play so far beyond our control that any attempt to truly master the game are, well, pointless. “Mystic Links” was originally conceived as a television show: sort of my answer to “Touched By an Angel on a golf course”. Each chapter is a stand-alone story, episode if you will, but with at least one element that “links” to the story preceding, or the story to follow. I hope you enjoy “Mystic Links” and certainly welcome your feedback via my website at www.hitdowndammit.com . Sincerely, Clive ScarffAuthor, Mystic LinksChapter Breakdown: 1. The Round - a cynic goes on a golf holiday and plays the best round of his life. The only trouble is he is completely by himself and can tell no one.2. The Cheat - a TV camerman has an ethical dilemma when he realizes he has just filmed a prominent news anchorman cheating during a charity fundraiser golf tournament.3. The Mentor - a young, lonely, golfer receives help and confidence from a mysterious old man watching him practice. 4. The Guard - a golf club's janitor who has aspirations of becoming the club's security guard suspects someone is trying to break into the pro shop.5. The Caddy - a young, poor, man is given the gift of a golf holiday in Mexico, only to discover there are others poorer than him.6. The Clubs - a husband and wife have a disagreement over taking up the sport of golf.7. The Negotiator - when a golfer takes the golf course superintendent hostage a police woman learns just how passionate golfers can be about their golf course. 8. The Suit - a lawyer sues his golf instructor for malpractice.9. The Escape - 2 bank robbers are in for a surprise when they try to escape via tunnels that lie beneath a golf course.
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showed me my escort at 5 a.m. and ... Instead of . the hotel at 2 a.m. the three
people who analyzing my swing , as she was A typical round of exhibition doing ,
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Hit Down Dammit! concisely explains the concept - and the technique - of hitting down at the golf ball for proper trajectory, increased backspin, much improved distance, proper divot taking, and best of all: consistent shotmaking.
Author: Clive Scarff
Category: Sports & Recreation
Most golfers have difficulty with the concept of hitting down at the ball to make it fly. Surprisingly, a great many players surveyed did not even know you need to hit down to get the ball up in the air. Hit Down Dammit! concisely explains the concept - and the technique - of hitting down at the golf ball for proper trajectory, increased backspin, much improved distance, proper divot taking, and best of all: consistent shotmaking. If you are inadvertently - or intentionally - hitting up at the ball, Hit Down Dammit! is for you. If you are a seasoned amateur who has inexplicably "plateaud" - just cannot seem to get to the next level despite lessons and/or acquiring a library of books and videos - Hit Down Dammit! is for you. Symptoms of hitting up include (but are not limited to): - topping the ball - skulling the ball - pushing the ball - slicing the ball - poor distance - difficulty getting off back foot - poor backspin - no divot - fat divots - chunking the ball - thin/fat chip shots - roofing the ball with your driver - inability to hit long irons and/or fairway woods - good shots followed immediately by poor shots Hitting down at the golf ball is not a new concept, but it is a hitherto poorly explained (or completely avoided) concept. All pros agree on the need to hit down, so there is no debate there. Even Tiger Woods, in his 306 page "How I Play Golf," states the need to hit down at the ball - but does not explain how. Hit Down Dammit! does. Learn to hit down, watch the ball go up, and your scores go down.
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