The Diary of a 10 to 14 Handicapper by Philip Moses

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“Philip Moses has come up with a terrific idea in his diary/instruction book aimed at the “average” golfer. With some adjustment, the book could potentially fill an almost unexplored niche in golf literature…filled with handy tips. With the help of an editor to better present and organize them, this could be an excellent resource.”
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"There is a saying that makes the claim that the only way to become an expert at something is to have first made every mistake possible. If that were true, then I should be the best golfer in the world. I’ve seen good golfers, and I’ve seen great golfers.

I grew up during a time when golf wasn’t even on the map. We played team sports for the most part like baseball, basketball, football, and hockey. At the age of eighteen, I realized that these activities were going to come to a screeching halt soon and needed to find something else. So I took up golf.

There was a problem back then for the athletes in my era. We were ingrained with a “baseball” swing, and that just doesn’t cut it for golf. The weight stayed on the right side, and the swing was from the outside in. Hitting fat shots and big, roundhouse slices were the norm. What could I do?"
 

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 May 2, 2014 by Xlibris US. 88 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books. Non-fiction
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on Aug 25 2014

“Philip Moses has come up with a terrific idea in his diary/instruction book aimed at the “average” golfer. With some adjustment, the book could potentially fill an almost unexplored niche in golf literature…filled with handy tips. With the help of an editor to better present and organize them, this could be an excellent resource.”

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