Break 100 Now

Break 100 Now

By Mike Adams; T. J. Tomasi (Joint Author); Mike Corcoran

William Morrow & Company, Paperback, 9780062734808, 176pp.

Publication Date: January 3, 1998

Description

Now, for the vast majority of golfers who struggle to shoot below 100 for 18 holes, a practical instruction book...

In Break 100 Now!,  renowned "Swing Doctor" Mike Adams provides a sensible, non-technical approach that high handicappers can put to immediate use to lower their golf scores.

Unlike traditional golf instructionals, Break 100 Now!  focuses more on the practical and less on mechanics. It stresses simple but proven strategies, such as replacing long irons with easier-to-hit fairway utility woods (4-5-6-7) and forsaking the driver for the more reliable 3-wood -- an exchange of only eight yards for accuracy.

Written in clear, straightforward language, this book offers both the beginner and the novice a ninety-day program that enables them to go from hacker to golfer in the shortest time possible. Even experienced golfers can benefit from these invaluable tips and advice.



About the Author
Mike Adams, a former PGA touring pro, is one of America's most sought after golf instructors. Director of Golf Instruction at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, the "Swing Doctor" teaches more than 3,000 golfers each year--form PGA stars such as Tony Jacklin and Rick Fehr to recreational golfers ranging from President Clinton to Jack Nicholson. Adams has been cited as one of America's 100 Best Golf Teachers by "Golf Magazine."

Mike Adams is the director of the Academy of Golf at PGA National in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, and was named one of America's 100 Best Golf Teachers by Golf magazine. T. J. Tomasi, Ph.D., is director of the Players School at the Academy of Golf. Kathryn Maloney is an LPGA teaching professional. They also coauthored Play Better Golf for Women (Holt, 0-8050-5694-7).


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