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作       者:Randy Voorhees

出  版  社:Simon & Schuster

出版时间:2001-05-24

字       数:7.5万

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“Hit the ball up to the hole...You meet a better class of person there.” —Ben Hogan No one knows exactly when the first golf quotation was spoken; nonetheless, we can be very sure it was unprintable. The game is a source of endless study, endless fascination, and endless frustration—which has led to an endless pursuit of wisdom about how to play it better. In the game’s 500 years of history, it has drawn the attention of kings and commoners, pros and con men, stylists and butchers, bag-toters and sandbaggers. All have had something to say about the game, its implements, or the impossibility of ever plumbing its inner depths. Randy Voorhees has taken on the daunting task of choosing the best, most helpful, and most entertaining quotations about the game of golf. From Penick to Trevino, from Mackenzie and Wodehouse to Updike and McLean, all the greats of the game are here, with thoughts that will enlighten, entertain, and ensure lower scores. So read, skim, dip, and savor.
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Cover Page

Title Page

Copyright Page

Acknowledgments

Dedication

Contents

SECTION 1 It’s Only a Game

The Game

SECTION 2 There Are No Bom Golfers

Starting Out

Equipment

Breaking Through

Lessons

Practice

SECTION 3 Learn the Game from the Green to the Tee

Putting

Chipping and Pitching

Sand Play

Fairway Woods

Driving

SECTION 4 Golf Is a Two-Handed Game

Setup, Alignment, and Grip

Swing; The Elements

Swing; The Essence

Tempo, Timing, and Rhythm

Power

SECTION 5 Hope for the Best, Expect the Worst, and Take What Comes Along

Warming Up

First Tee

Trouble

Rough

Water

SECTION 6 Keep Your Head Up, and in the Game

Course Management

Architecture

Mental Side

Match Play

Rules and Etiquette

SECTION 7 If You Can Walk, You Can Play

Getting Older

List of Sources

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