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The Your Golf series
Covering the entire game in simple, user-friendly detail. Straightforward, clearly explained fundamentals for beginners and great ongoing reference books for players of all skill levelswith the last
volume on everything you can do to Hit It Longer!
Golf Tip of the Fortnight
Cold Weather Tip
When it's cold, don't hit it thin ... just kidding.
When the greens are frozen solid don't expect the ball to bite ... OK, just kidding again.
But that reminds
me: to hit the ball your maximum distance land it on a frozen lake ... all right that's enough.
Here's the real one.
When it's cold the ball
does not go as far, mainly because your muscles are not as warm and therefore do not go through as full a range of motion or contract as fast. So one thing you should do is warm up more than you usually do to see if you can get your muscle
temperature up. If that isn't possible be sure to compensate by using more club rather than trying to force the club you think should go the right distance.
Swing technique is covered in detail in my books "The Full Swing" and
"Hitting it Longer"
Golf swing and short game techniques are covered in simple and user-friendly detail in my books, "The Your Golf series," shown in the graphic above (and a couple to the right).
And I work with golfers of all skill levels on all areas of their games (individually or in small groups of friends, family, co-workers, etc.) in my Private Golf Schools.
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