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on March 1, 2000
I had been playing what I thought was golf for more than 25 years before reading this book. Some of the most basic methods to play shots well are described in this book. The methods are written in a style clear as fresh water. A quick, easy read that will open your eyes, help your game, and make you understand what so many others have said about this great teacher.
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on April 7, 2000
If you've played golf for a while and are always loooking for improvements, your mind can become over-cluttered from reading instructions from magazines and books, not to mention tips from your Saturday buddies. Give all that away. Buy the Little Red Book. Read and enjoy. Then read and study. Study again and again. It is pure health for your mind and game.
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on May 27, 2000
I stopped playing golf for about 10 years because I had a vicious slice. I mean vicious. I went to several PGA teachers, who were no help. One day, I picked up this book, and his "Magic Move" showed me why I slice. I fixed my swing based upon this book and the video, and am now back to playing again. Bye, bye slice. Absolutely amazing book.
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on September 11, 2013
I went for a golf lesson this summer and the instructor after reviewing the video of my progressing performance would pull out a little red book to answer my many questions.
Guess what little red book!
The book is indexed and one can review different problems in golf in a jiffy. A great resource for the high handicapper and everyone else!
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on April 4, 2001
Mr. Penick shares a lifetime of golf wisdom in this easy to read and timeless classic. Every golfer should have this book in their library.
His humble style and sincere desire that every golfer improve (and most importantly, have fun) make this book helpful for golfers at all levels of playing ability.
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on June 27, 2000
This book is a classic, and should be on every golfer's shelf. Penick uses simple metaphors for how the swing should feel to teach in a simple yet incredibly effective manner. His instruction on bunker/sand shots alone is worth the cost of the book. You will not be dissapointed with this book.
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on June 9, 1997
There's much to like about Penick's home spun golf wisdom. This is a book you will read over and over again. Formatted to allow you to bite off as much or as little as you need. Penick teaches in parables and metaphors that stay with you on the course. A true sports classic
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on May 28, 1999
I understand that people will look at this and think of is as enjoyable but there are so many ideas of how to improve your game as to make it confusing. I would not suggest this book to a golfer unless he can already shoot in the high 80's or low 70's consistently.
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on August 9, 1999
Maybe it's a coincidence, but I lost 10 strokes off my game during the week I read this book and put it into my practice routine. If you will actually practice the drills in this book your game will improve. If nothing else, it's entertaining reading!
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on April 19, 1999
Harvy doesn't explain the swing in a boring manner as most instructors do. Simple stories about real life people. After reading the red book I couldn't wait until the green and blue books were available to buy! No one does it as well as Harvy did!
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