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Dave Pelz's Short Game Bible: Master the Finesse Swing and Lower Your Score (Inglese) Copertina rigida – 1 giu 1999

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Praise for Dave Pelz and the Scoring Game System:

"Do I believe in Dave Pelz? I paid full price to go to his school, and it was the best money I've ever spent. I learned more about my short game and putting in three days than in all my previous years and lessons combined. I know for sure I could not have won my second U.S. Open without the help of Dave Pelz. He has sure improved my scoring game! I'm looking forward to working with him often in the years to come. I AM a believer."
--Lee Janzen

"Dave Pelz has added more irrefutable knowledge to golf instruction than any man alive. This new book is indeed the bible of the short game."
--George Peper, editor-in-chief, Golf Magazine

"In one day's work with Pelz, I learned more about putting than I had known my entire life. . . . None of us out here practiced our short games enough, but those of us who have paid attention to Pelz know it's the way to lower scores."
--Curtis Strange

"Dave Pelz is the most confident person, let alone coach, I've ever been around. His science-based knowledge is the best I've ever seen. I couldn't have won my sixth European Order of Merit without his help. His short-game system is improving my game, and has me the most excited I've ever been about my own ability to score."
--Colin Montgomerie

"Dave Pelz is the best. It's pure and simple. If you want to play your best, you work with the best . . . that's Pelz."
--Steve Elkington

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Renowned golf instructor Dave Pelz is the technical and short-game consultant to GOLF Magazine. A former NASA research scientist, he founded the Pelz Golf Institute to perform research for the good of the game, and he operates four highly acclaimed and popular Dave Pelz Scoring Game Schools across the country. He has improved the games of over 15,000 amateur golfers, 48 PGA players, and 38 LPGA players, and he is also the host of  The Golf Channel's #1 instruction program, The Dave Pelz Short Game Show. He lives in Austin, Texas.

James A. Frank is the editor of Golf Magazine. He lives in New Jersey.

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  • Copertina rigida: 429 pagine
  • Editore: Doubleday; 1 edizione (1 giugno 1999)
  • Collana: Dave Pelz Scoring Game Series
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ISBN-10: 9780767903448
  • ISBN-13: 978-0767903448
  • ASIN: 0767903447
  • Peso di spedizione: 1 Kg
  • Media recensioni: 4.5 su 5 stelle  Visualizza tutte le recensioni (2 recensioni clienti)
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Di Giuseppe il 4 luglio 2016
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Seems to be too vintage.
Pictures in B/W are, or seems to be, old fashoned.
Consider a reprint, with newer pictures.
Apart from that, this is a MUST HAVE BOOK.
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Un libro essenziale nel bagaglio di ogni giocatore di golf, molto particolareggiato, e di semplice comprensione. Ti apre la mente a questo fantastico gioco
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4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle 5 Stars but with a big caveat 23 febbraio 2014
Di Cheryl M. Todd - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
The reviewers name is Cheryl but I'm her husband giving this review. I'm also going to post this review with the Pelz Short Game Bible also since most comments apply to both books. The big caveat mentioned is that I took the Pelz 3-day short game school and then bought and read the Putting and Short Game Bibles. Because I went to his school these books are invaluable as resource material and as reminders of the tools and techniques we learned in the school. I have friends who've read the books and have tried to apply the techniques without the advantage of having had personal instruction and they've had less success. If you're reading this you're a golfer who wants to improve but you probably understand it's hard (impossible in my opinion) to self-teach and self-correct putting and swing flaws. For example, I read Pelz's earlier book "Putting Like the Pros" and followed the techniques to a tee (no pun intended) or so I thought. I thought I was doing everything right but was still putting poorly. I learned in the school I was doing several things incorrectly even though I thought I was doing what Dave outlined in his book. That's not to poo-poo the Putting or Short Game Bibles if you haven't, or don't intend to take one of his schools, because there's a lot of valuable information in both books that should improve your game. Just be aware that much of the material is difficult to fully comprehend via the written word as opposed to visual input from real professionals. As an example of some changes that I made that you wouldn't get from the book had to do with my putter. I had a standard lie putter that was 35 1/2 inches long. I'm 6'3" so that sounds reasonable…right? Well, it was determined in class based on my set-up, posture, putter path, eye-line, etc., that I really needed a putter that was 33 1/2" long which "forced" me to get into a proper posture and set-up. I also had to change the putter head weight, lie angle, and grip. These are things that you won't get from the book but may be critical to your ultimate success. There's some other things too, like the "finesse grip" and 7:30-9:00-10:30 swing positions in the short game that some might find confusing. Also, be aware that even though I went to the school making changes to your putting set-up, putter, stroke, etc., can be very frustrating and it will take time and require some serious practice. The same applies to the short game. Nobody ever said golf is easy though great players make it look as though it is. There are two putting aids that I will highly recommend if your serious enough to get the book and work on your putting and that's Dave's "Putting Tutor" and his "Teacher Putting Clips". He has a bunch of aids but these two are the best if you want to improve your putting. They can make a real difference in your putting accuracy. The Clips give you feed back on hitting putts on the putter sweet-spot (a critical element to good putting), and the putting tutor will confirm that your eyes are over the line of the putt and that you are able to stroke the putt along the intended path. The nice thing is that they can, and should, be used in your home. The putting tutor can be used on the practice green but that's not necessary except perhaps as a periodic check. These can purchased on Pelz' web site. I do have one criticism of the Short Game Bible and that has to do with the pitch shot (3-30 yards from the green) situations that you will confront on any course. That chapter is too general and I think more time should have been devoted to the numerous situations and alternative shot options and techniques that you should consider. Good luck, I hope my comments helped.
3.0 su 5 stelle Good book, good material - poor instructor, bad communicator 16 febbraio 2017
Di Stephen Y - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I pretty much agree with everything he says. But he does a poor job illustrating (figuratively and literally) and instructing on how to do what it is he says the reader should do.

For example on page 73, where he discusses grip

"(A technical note: Many golfers and golf professionals talk about the Vs formed between the thumb and fore finger. What they really are referring to is the position of the hand indicated by the fore finger line as show in Figure 4.16.3. Don't be fooled by a player who has the same hand position as shown in this photo but places his thumb alongside the shaft rather than on top of the shaft, producing what looks like a V point to his right shoulder [Fig. 4.16.4]. Remember, you care about the hand position in the group and where the forefinger line points, not where the thumb or V points) "

On the first paragraph, on this page, he describes different V's formed by the hand and where they point. But after reading this and looking at the exhibits, I still cant figure out if he is instructing to have the thumb on top of the shaft or on the side of the shaft. It also doesn't help that all of his figures and exhibits are black and white photos, when illustrations would have been better suited - like Ben Hogan's 5 Lessons book.

Reading this book is helpful, but more frustrating that it should be.
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5.0 su 5 stelle definitive book on the short game 21 dicembre 2008
Di JD - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I am new to the game of golf (3 years) but old to the game of life (don't go there!). One would hope that wisdom would trump years of golf played, but not so much. This is a maddening game that I punish myself with at least 4 times a week. Perhaps it is that one perfect shot in each round that keeps me coming back. As a beginner, it did not take me long to figure out that the secret to taking strokes off the game is to learn a good short game and too putt well and with confidence. I am a natural at the putting but until I read and have reread many times, David Peltz "Short Game Bible", I really did not understand the many subtle ways the short game is played. It did not take me long to figure out that the score was made within 67 yards of the green, but what club to use and how to use it was a continual frustration.
Although his formula will work for someone who has played a long time or has hours to practice the short game, I just needed insight on how this part of the game is different. Understanding the concept of the finesse swing and still hands has helped me come a long way in a short time. Getting adrenaline under control and staying calm are as important to the perfect chip and pitch as club selection. I know this because I have an evil sand wedge that does not know how to get the ball out of the bunkers and a buried lie is an instant unplayable lie still.
The book is not an easy read and must be consulted almost after each round when I freeze over the ball and try to remember what I am suppose to do and which club to do it with; a review of the book at this time is a good reinforcement. One thing about golf, unlike other sports, is the course is different and plays different with each round because you seldom end up in the same place on a course played on a regular basis. Knowing the short game principles as laid out in this book has helped a beginner like me. I watch experienced golfers with low handicaps and sometime feel they could do with a refresher course in the principles of the short game!
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5.0 su 5 stelle This book is great! I have learned so much and my short ... 1 marzo 2016
Di Emmanuel - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This book is great! I have learned so much and my short game has definitely improved. The book starts off a little slow so jumping forward a bit is advised. This book doesn't require much experience in golf to follow. It is geared to the beginner but is definitely beneficial for the low handicappers.
I am no longer afraid hitting it within a hundred yards like I was before. I have saved pars on holes where I chunk my approach shot and can still fly the ball within a few yards of the pin. I am very pleased with this purchase and would recommend it to anyone having problems with short game.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Must-Have Golf Book!!! 31 luglio 2013
Di J. R. Adam - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I have purchased this book used on AMAZON and I have received it in absolute mint condition. I have had this book for two to three years into my golf venture. What I have discovered about this book is that I am constantly learning something new from it every time I look at the pages. It is a great desk-reference for anybody's golf short-game. Because of this book, I have had four wedges (PW-GW-SW-GW) in my bag. We are talking about Phil Michelson's Short-Game Guru published material. Dave Pelz's Clock system works. The book is an easy read. I am giving it only 4-Stars for the following reasons.
1. It has not been updated since it was published.
2. The bible grammar is relatively poor. Its publisher and editor could have done a much better job with its proofing.
3. The illustrative photographs are old and they are in black in white.
So, given the state of desktop publishing technology and given that this "golf bible" is still being sold at relatively full price, this gem of a golf book should have been updated in all of its facets in order to reflect modern day publishing and today's golf equipments at large.
Otherwise, this book ranks extremely high in my golf-book recommendation list and my golf library. I also own its other brother: "The Putting Bible"...
Cheers!

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