Golf: Understanding Technique Before Executing

Tugun, Queensland Australia (PressExposure) December 19, 2007 -- A triple set of a new golf instruction books called "Golf - Your Perfect Plan For Practice And Play" by Doug Kercher, Australian PGA Professional is now available. Every part of golf from goal setting to practice schedules to analyzing golf rounds is explained in the Manual and the golfer can apply all the information in practice with the pocket size 12 Week Training Diary and track their rounds in the pocket size 21 Game Playing Record.

The seemingly endless search for golf improvement has resulted in hundreds of new golfing products and books and videos being released every year. Yet the standard of the average golfer stays the same at about 16 handicap with less than 20% of golfers on single figure handicaps and able to break 80.

The greatest challenge golfers face is how to organize and implement all this information. Doug Kercher, PGA Professional, has addressed this problem with "Golf - Your Perfect Plan For Practice And Play".

Doug has been playing golf for over 35 years, 17 of them as an Australian Pro and has applied his knowledge and years of extensive research in writing this unique program.

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Lower scores come from an ability to master all parts of the game, not just have a good golf swing with the latest golf club technology. So when the inevitable stray shot happens, it is the ability to curve the ball from behind trees, have a range of short game techniques and of course, putt well, that helps a golfer recover from the poor shot on that hole.

A golfer has to maintain their strengths and develop their weaknesses through instruction and practice. Success in any endeavour comes from clear goals, planning, scheduling, action, tracking, testing and review. There are many different areas of the game from technique, drills and practice to playing all the shots required on a golf course from putting to shaping shots with a driver.

An instructor can provide knowledge and homework, but the golfer has to interpret, practice and provide feedback from practice and play back to the instructor. In turn, the instructor can identify the areas of a student's game that requires improvement. The complexity of golf requires a step by step plan to cover every area of the game.

The program helps a golfer learn from their own experiences and record their own discoveries in the two journals. Lower scores can now be achieved with this easy to follow book containing chapter summaries, quotes, advice and 75 pages of interactive charts. The Practice Diary contains monthly, weekly, daily and hourly schedules and records of vital information such as shot distances and technique discoveries. The Playing Record includes detailed shot tracker charts that adapt to any golf course and record accurate statistics for review and future strategies.

The website offers a free sample of the program and many golf strategies in a free 22 part mini course. The site allows golfers all over the world to get access to this program and start completing their own plan for golfing success. You can visit the website below for more information.


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Press Release Submitted On: December 05, 2007 at 5:04 am
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