Back when I first started writing my ideas about the game of golf on my website golfhabits.com a few years ago, I wasn’t exactly sure of what golfers around the world would find most useful.
So, I covered all sorts of different areas as they related to golf.
I knew what I found to be most useful personally and what had worked effectively while teaching golf over most of the past 30 years but was I able to convey any of that in writing?
Over time, as the amount of articles on the website grew – I started to get feedback and comments from golfers around the world about how useful they were finding my tips and advice.
These golfers who I had never met and were mostly playing golf on the opposite side of the world were all telling me that by understanding my simple ideas and more importantly, by applying the simple steps I’d suggested to their games – that their golf had improved easily and effortlessly.
It’s a humbling thought that I am able to help people to enjoy the game they love simply by putting my ideas into writing but at the end of the day – it’s exactly the point of what I am trying to do by sharing this knowledge that I have gained over the years.
This book ‘Simple steps to better golf – Book One’ is the first in a series that covers the most effective information – according to the feedback I have received from the readers of golfhabits.com
It’s like a quick start guide to help you break through some of the contradictory information out there and focus on some simple steps to allow you to play better golf.
I wish I had been able to read something like this when I was younger!
In fact, a simple explanation of how things actually work and an understanding of why things happen like they do on the golf course – is basically what most golfers are missing.
That lack of good information is the main reason that a lot of golfers (who actually possess the skills that enable them to hit good shots) can only hit them sometimes.
By the time you have finished reading this book – some of that is going to change for you!