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Golf etiquette
Puett, Barbara.
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Revised edition.
Publication Information:
New York : St. Martin's Press, [2003]

Physical Description:
190 pages : 20 cm
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GV965 .P84 2003 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area
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A revised, more focused edition of the essential golf etiquette handbook.Tiger Wood's popularity has introduced golf to thousands. Very few, however know proper golf etiquette--which is essential to enjoying the game. The revised edition of the classic book is vital for amateur and experienced players in addressing golf's number one problem: slow play. The book Paul Harvey lauded as The first and last word on how properly to behave on and off the golf course covers: *Proper attire*Playing through*Playing with Strangers*And much moreAll the latest advances are taken into account: satellite-based yardage systems, alternative spikes, and cell phones. Its handy size and useful photos and daigram make Golf Etiquette the perfect guide for on-the-fly tips and rules.

Author Notes

Barbara Puett runs her own golf school at Riverplace Country Club in Austin, Texas. She is the director of instruction for Empowered Women Golf Schools and has co-authored A Woman's Own Golf Book with Jim Apfelbaum. She lives in Austin, Texas

Jim Apfelbaum is a two-time recipient of the South Texas PGA's annual media/PR award. Host of a long-running weekly golf radio show, Jim is president of the Texas Golf Writers' Association.

Table of Contents

Ben CrenshawTom Kite
Forewordp. vii
Introductionp. ix
Preface to the Second Editionp. xi
1 On the Driving Range and Practice Putting Greenp. 1
2 What to Wearp. 14
3 Preparing to Playp. 26
4 On the Teep. 33
5 On the Fairwayp. 50
6 In a Water, Sand, or Lateral Hazardp. 70
7 On the Greenp. 79
8 Keeping Scorep. 94
9 Golf Rules You Should Knowp. 100
10 Playing in a Tournamentp. 111
11 Business Golfp. 120
12 Resort Golfp. 138
13 Equipmentp. 149
14 Taking Lessonsp. 163
A Quick Definition of Termsp. 171
Better Players and New Golfersp. 175
Golf Etiquette's 10 Least Wanted Listp. 177
Commencement Addressp. 178
Reading Listp. 179
About the Authorsp. 181
Indexp. 183