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  • Author:
    Doug Ford
  • ISBN:
    0671624296
  • ISBN13:
    978-0671624293
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  • Publisher:
    Fireside (March 2, 1986)
  • Pages:
    124 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Coaching
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    1650 kb
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    1878 kb
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    1439 kb
  • Rating:
    4.5
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    401
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About Doug Ford: Doug Ford Sr. was an American professional golfer and two-time major golf champion. Getting Started In Golf.

I liked this book because it's small and concise and it tells you just what you need to know. As a beginner golfer I learned all the essentials that are valid today even though this book was published back in 1964. I think some things in the book should be updated but I still keep it in my bag as reference. Great all around book for the beginner golfer and for the price.

Douglas Michael Ford Sr. (born Douglas Michael Fortunato; August 6, 1922 – May 14, 2018) was an American professional golfer and two-time major golf champion. Ford turned professional in 1949, later going on to win the 1955 PGA Championship and the 1957 Masters Tournament. He was also a member of four Ryder Cup teams (1955, 1957, 1959, and 1961) and was inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 2011.

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The way we see it, the only dumb questions about getting started in golf are the ones you're afraid to ask, or worse, the ones for which you can't find an answer. The whole point of this guide is to make sure that last part is no longer a problem. If you're looking for more beginner instruction, check out our video lesson series: The Will Robins Plan: Beginner Basics.

MIGMATIS GOLF If you want to lower your scores you need to become a good putter but you also need to get that ball close to the hole from all around the green.

Опубликовано: 6 авг. 2019 г. The wedge book by Doug Ford is a comprehensive breakdown of how a wedge is different to other irons and why it is designed so. It also covers all of the shots that can be played with a wedge and how to use them best to score. If you want to lower your scores you need to become a good putter but you also need to get that ball close to the hole from all around the green and that means become proficient with your wedges.

Doug Ford, a World Golf Hall of Fame player whose 1957 Masters Tournament win ended with one of the most . I would play golf for pleasure if I wasn’t a professional, he wrote in Getting Started in Golf, his 1964 book.

Doug Ford, a World Golf Hall of Fame player whose 1957 Masters Tournament win ended with one of the most spectacular shots in the event’s history, has died. Once you have hit a golf ball just right, and feel that warm urge of pleasure creep from your toes right up the back of your neck, you probably won’t be able to resist the temptation to get out on a golf course at every opportunity. Ford was an aggressive and fast-playing golfer, according to a New York Times profile following his Masters win.


Hellmaster
This is the book I bought back in 1965 or so when I became a self-taught golfer in grade school. My original copy got lost when I left home to go to college, so I bought this one as a belated replacement.

Author Doug Ford was a successful PGA pro in the 1950s and 1960s, and won the 1955 Masters and the 1957 PGA Championship. His book has a matter-of-fact style, including both principles of the golf swing and basic swing sequences for different shots. He also talks about strategy for different golf shots.

The book also captures the attitudes and equipment of the post-World War II era, talking of how to use the brassie (2 wood) with nary a mention of the lob wedge (which would appear 25 years later.) Not as "by the numbers" as modern instruction books, but it gives readers a basic introduction to the sport by an enthusiastic practitioner.
Vivaral
I bought this for my brother since he's said he'd like to find out more about the game.
I wish I'd had this when I started playing-life would have been so much easier...
Fun book, all the basics are covered-must read for those starting out in golf.
VAZGINO
I was very pleased with the price and service. Book arrived way before projected scheduled shipping date.
Giamah
I first read this gem in 1963, when I was just learning the game. I have re-read it every few years since, and still get something out of it each time.

It is admittedly dated, with the subsequent development of graphite and composite shafts, "metal-woods", hybrids and new ball technology (and other improvements). But the basic principles are still just as valid now as they were then; the grip, the basic swing, the mental game/strategy. The unique last chapter or two, where you literally play a few holes with the author, instilled in me with the belief that I would learn to play well, and quickly. (MAYBE not in the very first round, like I believed then, but, I was 13 !!! )( And I did learn to play well.)

I have taught maybe 20-25 people to play over the years, from scratch. And, with each one, their games soared once they digested the information in this little classic.

I would recommend it to any beginner at any time -- tho' they need to be made aware of the outmoded sections before they rack their intellect trying to find the old shafts, balls, etc., in this day and age.

Still, it is a real little diamond, hidden among a vast array of beginner's texts. Its popularity here on Amazon attests to its value.
Vikus
I liked this book because it's small and concise and it tells you just what you need to know. As a beginner golfer I learned all the essentials that are valid today even though this book was published back in 1964. I think some things in the book should be updated but I still keep it in my bag as reference. Great all around book for the beginner golfer and for the price.
Obong
I learned to play golf by reading this book in 1972. I had checked it of the library. I bought a copy of it recently as an heirloom, mostly. Hard to believe it is still in print but I think it is still a great book.