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The Thinking Man's Guide to Golf (book)


Colin Montgomerie has always said that he could save an amateur golfer five or six shots a round if he were able to caddie for them; and this is what he sets out to achieve in The Thinking Man's Guide to Golf. Colin uses his own unique common-sense approach, getting right back to the basics of the game and showing you how to improve your scores without altering your swing. The advice is simple and presented in a clear and concise manner, making this book ideal for the absolute beginner to the accomplished amateur. [1]