Now for the Back Nine

September 21, 2019 - Comment

International golf coach Peter Dawson, Ryder Cup golfer, PGA Master Professional and 1970’s European Tour stalwart played with most of the great players of his era, who between them won 46 majors. Now in his 60’s and still ranked in the Top 25 UK Coaches by Golf Monthly Magazine, Peter brings you a wonderful mixture

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International golf coach Peter Dawson, Ryder Cup golfer, PGA Master Professional and 1970’s European Tour stalwart played with most of the great players of his era, who between them won 46 majors. Now in his 60’s and still ranked in the Top 25 UK Coaches by Golf Monthly Magazine, Peter brings you a wonderful mixture of golfing instruction and anecdotes from his time on tour interspersed with superb words of wisdom. This book is perfect if you’re now on the back nine of your golfing life and find current instructional books a little too taxing for your less agile frame!

Comments

Anonymous says:

Excellent read Well written and presented book. Easy to read, pick up and put down. Some really useful tips and interesting background on Peter’s experiences. I have bought several more copies as presents for friends I know will also enjoy reading and no doubt revisiting this excellent book.

Anonymous says:

This is the best coaching book I have ever read.to reduce their handicap Over the years I have read many books on golf coaching, this is far and away the best I have read. Whilst it is written specifically for the more mature golfer, many of the principles apply equally to golfers of all ages.The author explains his teaching in an easy to understand style with numerous photographs and diagrams to reinforce the theory. Each chapter is interspersed with various quotes from famous people through the ages, not just golfers, which are both profound and inspiring…

Anonymous says:

This book brings hope to us all! What a wonderful read, with many easy to understand tips, supported by pictures, for those of us who have seen our best years in the sport. It was lovely to see that the golf swing does not have to conform to a single, rigid definition and that someone who has performed at the very top of this game has found ways to ‘tweak’ things to accomodate limitations caused by advancing years. The tips and support sections are interspersed with entertaining stories of actual events from golfing history…

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