This must-have practice guide gives you authoritative tips and techniques for improving your golf game. Without gimmicks and full of lucid examples and step-by-step instruction, Home on the Range skillfully leads you to the quickest, most meaningful improvement.
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HOME ON THE RANGE REVIEWS
". . .a great read to motivate golfers. . . Home on the Range quickly may become the bible for
golfers who recognize practice as the key to improvement."
"It is the most complete guide to golf on the market today."
". . .a run-of-the-range collection of tips, from the basics to solutions for specific problems.
Well organized. . .the Faults & Fixes sections are personalized by McDonald’s use of real people and
their mistakes to demonstrate what’s wrong and how to fix it."
Rick Fehr, PGA Tour Star:
"I'm very impressed. . . this is a great approach to instruction, and it should help the reader a great deal."
The Seattle Times:
". . . a useful winner. A well-organized book designed to be taken to a driving range for instant
analysis and correction of a pattern of bad shots."
The Albuquerque Tribune:
". . .an insightful and generously illustrated discussion on self-diagnosis, based on a sound understanding
of the physics and biomechanics of the game."
John Peoples, Golf Reporter (1988-1995), The Seattle Times:
"Doug McDonald's book ranks with the best. It's full of straight-forward and practical advice. . . I really
liked Doug's take-this-book-to-the-range approach."
Golf Range Times Magazine:
"It is packed with information about life at the range: what to work on, how long and in what order to practice,
warming up, what to wear, safety, and how to approach lessons."
The Seattle Post-Intelligencer:
"Rather than make promises he couldn't back up or try to explain some convoluted theory about the game,
McDonald has a novel approach. He simply tells you how to use the driving range, or how to practice."
An Anonymous Reader:
This book is great. If I'm slicing, I can find at least three things that might be causing it. For once, someone
to tell me how to LEARN the game, not just master it."