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"I would recommend this workout to everyone who considers themselves a serious and or casual golfer," said satisfied customer Paul Roch. "Follow the workouts and you will not only have more stamina, but also more endurance and you will be out hitting all of your buddies." read more

"There are other writers that been doing these trips for over 20 years and have been around the world numerous times, but hopefully I offer a fresh perspective and others can learn from my experiences," Limpert said. read more

"There is a special connection that exists between the worlds of golf and business, and it's a reason why many of today's business leaders have achieved success," said Gaudet. read more

This book was not written to recount the life and legend of Mr. Moe Norman, but rather the contributions he made towards the single plane swing and the game of golf. It relays what the author Billy J. Gaines Sr. has learned over the 13 plus years he spent teaching this method as a instructor with Natural Golf. read more

"You don't have to be a single-digit handicapper to enjoy the game," said Moore, a former award-winning sports editor. "But you need to approach the game like one when it comes to integrity and golf etiquette." read more

"It is very humbling to author a book that benefits 15 Professional Golf Management programs and has been purchased by golf industry personnel in 16 countries," said JJ Keegan, Managing Principal of Golf Convergence. read more

"It's time that a regular player's golf story is told, warts and all," said Kalwa, a lifelong educator, recreational athlete and a private golf instructor. read more

Classics of Golf Publisher Mike P. Beckerich: "Veron is one of the true geniuses of the written word and golf. When I learned that we could be the publisher of The Greatest Player Who Never Lived I immediately secured it to continue to share it with the golf world." read more

Written by award-winning journalist and former Golf Digest Managing Editor Roger Schiffman, and photographed by long-time Nicklaus photographer Jim Mandeville, the volume promises to be a handsome keepsake for any member of these clubs or anyone interested in Nicklaus designs or golf history. read more

"Etiquette on and around the golf course is crucial, and is just as important as the rules of play to ensure that you play the game in the proper spirit," said author Yves C. Ton-That. read more

"We are teeing up real life issues and want to use every format available to share Bogey's message," said Pepper, formerly the No. 1-ranked golfer in the world and currently a broadcaster for ESPN. "We wanted to coordinate the release with October being National Bullying Prevention Month," she continued. "Our newest volume in the "Bogey Tees Off" series tackles the issue of bullying." read more

The book traces the incredible history of the Ryder Cup and features forewords by Ryder Cup Captains Jack Nicklaus and Tony Jacklin; an introduction by John Feinstein; and outstanding profiles written by some of the foremost writers in the game including: Dave Anderson, John Hopkins, Renton Laidlaw, Jim McCabe, Charles McGrath, Alex Miceli, Nick Seitz and Art Spander. read more

Thinking about attending the 2015 British Open in St. Andrews next year? Here's an extraordinary deal that provides private accommodations and other special benefits in exchange for your help in getting published an excellent new book about the ancient town entitled "St. Andrews - In the Footsteps of Old Tom Morris" by golf historian and St. Andrews resident Roger McStravick. read more

"Everyone knows Sean Foley as a technician, but he's pragmatic too, and has worked with Justin to replace hard-set positions with feels and triggers," writes Golf Magazine Top 100 Teacher Mike Adams of The Medalist Club and Hamilton Farm Golf Club. "These triggers exist throughout his motion and allow Justin to ignore mechanics and put his swing on autopilot." read more

"I must say his first book was extremely helpful to my partner Bill Coore and me when we were asked to restore Pinehurst Number Two. Richard's thorough examinations about the considerable changes that have occurred are well documented, and they help serious readers understand who was responsible for the region's courses, of which there are many." From the book's introduction by Ben Crenshaw, Masters Champion. read more