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Your Can Play Better Golf - Find Ways To Lower Your Handicap
by: Jack Reece




Most golfers today, whether they are just beginners or experienced, are always trying to answer the question "How can I lower my handicap? They go about answering this question in several ways:

1) Practice, practice, practice,

2) Listen to advice of other golfers,

3) Take expensive golf lessons, or

4) Buy off-the-shelf golf books and videos.

Practice is a good way to lower your handicap as long as you are practicing the right way; most golfers do not know how to practice. Listening to advice from other golfers might be OK as long as it is good advice; most of the time a tip from a buddy will not work for you. Taking golf lessons might help, but they are generally very expensive - often costing $75.00 per hour. Buying off-the-shelf books and videos generally does not work because there are so many alternatives and it is easy to get confused.

I am a serious golfer; I've been playing this game for a long time. My handicap is 22. I've tried all of the above methods to try to lower my handicap without much success. Lately, I've been driving the ball well. However, I can honestly say that is the only part of my game that seems to be working. My approach shots have been chancy; my sand play is terrible and my putting is average at best.

Let's take an actual example. I played a round last week. I approached the toughest par 4 on my home course; it measures 415 yards. I hit a long drive down the middle. My second shot was long enough but unfortunately I hit it in over the green into a bunker. I hate sand shots; it took me two shots to get out. I had a putt of 25 feet; I hit it past the hole, missed it coming back, and had to settle for 3 putts. That's a 7 after hitting an excellent drive. This is typical of my game. You can see why I'm always looking for ways to lower my handicap.

Since you are reading this, I would guess that you are also having trouble with your game. I've been there; I've been in your shoes. I am sure you would benefit from finding a good way to lower your handicap and I think I've found the answer. I found a website that addresses the basic question "How can I lower my handicap?" It provides an excellent golf instruction eBook. The book breaks down all aspects of the game in to simple, easy to learn steps. The basic goal is to get you playing better golf fast. It is all inclusive; it has videos, illustrations, software, and training aids. Over 30,000 golfers have had success using the methods taught in this eBook.

I was a little apprehensive spending money for an eBook on golf. I did not want to take advice from just anyone. However, after studying this website, I became convinced that the author could help me lower my handicap. He provides three excellent bonuses and a 60 day money-back guarantee. In addition, the eBook featured on his website is very inexpensive; it costs about half as much as one golf lesson from a pro.

If you really want to lower your handicap, I suggest you consider this eBook. My name is Jack Reece and I'm convinced that you can lower your handicap and thereby improve your overall golf score dramatically be purchasing this eBook.

Check it out today by clicking on the following link: http://improveyourgolfnow.info.

You'll be glad you did

About The Author
My name is Jack and I'm a serious golfer. I play golf twice a week and I am always trying to improve my game and lower my handicap.
The author invites you to visit:
http://improveyourgolfnow.info.



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