Johnny and His Friends Learn How to Play Golf by Philip Moses

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"Because of the emphasis on the rules, technique and play of the game, and less on a solid story with a plot, tension, climax and character development, the book seems much better suited as a how-to nonfiction book."
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Four young boys are being exposed to the game of golf for the first time. They witness firsthand a professional golf tournament and want to emulate the players that they saw. One of the boy's father is a golfer and is delighted to instruct them in the proper ways to play the game. His objectives are to teach them the fundamentals of the golf swing as well as to instill in them the practices of appropriate golf etiquette. They are taken to a driving range and later supervised by the father on a golf course as they play and learn the intricacies of the game of golf.
 

About Philip Moses

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Philip Moses is a retired high school mathematics teacher who lives in Massachusetts. He enjoys playing the game of golf. His quest for learning how to get the best out of his game is never-ending and hopes that you might gain something from his experiences.
 
Published July 20, 2015 by Xlibris US. 62 pages
Genres: Children's Books, Sports & Outdoors.
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on Dec 14 2015

"Because of the emphasis on the rules, technique and play of the game, and less on a solid story with a plot, tension, climax and character development, the book seems much better suited as a how-to nonfiction book."

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