Putting My Way

Author: Jack Nicklaus

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470487798

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 174

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The last word on putting from one of the greatest golfers-and putters-ever Jack Nicklaus is considered the greatest player of all time by countless golf fans around the world. His astounding tournament achievements (including a record eighteen professional major championship victories, among them six Masters), along with the powerful legacy he has built as a golf-course designer and golf book author, give him both an unrivaled grasp and multifaceted understanding of the game. Nicklaus's classic Golf My Way-the sport's all-time worldwide instructional bestseller-has helped millions of players improve their all-around game. In Putting My Way, Nicklaus presents his clear and cohesive approach every element of the craft of superb putting, from finding the right putter to the mechanics of stroking the ball, to the strategies involved in the most neglected part of golf by amateurs, despite it representing at least 45 per cent of their play. Whether you're new to golf or have been playing for years, Putting My Way will help you take charge of your putting technique, practice, and execution and see results that lift your game. Explains every mental and physical element of putting, from equipment through greens-reading and stroking techniques to productive practice and foolproof strategizing Reveals Nicklaus's own lifelong putting "musts," along with highly successful practice systems Includes 29 b/w illustrations and eight color paintings to help you understand Jack's concepts and better apply them personally Packed with inside pointers and "how-to's" from one of the greatest putters ever to play the game, this book is the one you'll turn to again and again for the advice you need on how to become a permanently lower-scoring golfer through vastly improved greens work.

On My Way Home

Author: Christoffel Hendrickx

Publisher: Balboa Press

ISBN: 1504319451

Category: Fiction

Page: 220

View: 8280


In a time of global awakening, a young woman and an enigmatic man fortuitously meet far away from home. Marina and Tiger try to make ends meet and look for the best life has to offer. Soon, their expectations clash, and after a climactic conflict, they break up. As Tiger drifts away, Marina is inspired by his notes and determined to write down his story as he would have told it, learning more about herself and the true nature of love in every scribble. Tiger’s story is a turbulent tale of a sensitive man who tries to understand the world and wants to elevate it to a more humane state. He is chased by a series of strange coincidences that challenge him to adjust his view and purify his mind. With settings in some of the most beautiful places on earth, On My Way Home, dissects our world and reveals its true nature. The reader has a choice: read the book as Tiger’s rollercoaster ride into awareness or as Marina’s testimony to the challenges of unconditional love.

Almost Sleeping my way to Timbuktu

Author: Sihle Khumalo

Publisher: Penguin Random House South Africa

ISBN: 1415205663

Category: Travel

Page: 168

View: 7040


Travelling in West Africa by public transport, Sihle Khumalo turned a wish list into an itinerary. The plans for his trip were lean on practical detail, but grand in concept: Visit five World Heritage Sites listed by UNESCO for their historical and cultural significance. Having never set foot in Sénégal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Benin or Togo, Sihle planned to inform himself about Francophone Africa as he went along. Had he pondered the implications of not speaking French in a part of the world where it is the lingua franca, or what the public transport might be like there, he might have set off less bright-eyed and bushy-tailed. But Sihle is not one to be deterred by setbacks and deadends. His flexibility, irrepressible optimism and robust sense of humour, coupled with an unexpected sensitivity towards his host countries, see him reach all his goals – or almost.

Living and Coping with Epilepsy, My Way

Author: Cara Coles

Publisher: John Hunt Publishing

ISBN: 1782797459

Category: Self-Help

Page: 114

View: 4680


You really can have anything you want out of life, no matter what. Living and Coping with Epilepsy, My Way is about the author's journey living and dealing with epilepsy, finding the law of attraction, and how her life has changed since then.

Working My Way Back to You

Author: Doreen Alsen

Publisher: The Wild Rose Press Inc

ISBN: 162830734X

Category: Fiction

Page: 330

View: 9613


Beth and her ten-year-old son are living happily in Lobster Cove, Maine--the only place she's felt true love. She works hard as a single mom to provide for her son. Her world is rocked by the appearance of her high school sweetheart. Love for Jeff battles with fear that he will find out he's the father of her precious son. Lies pile upon lies as she dodges his questions about the child. PE teacher Jeff Myers can't believe his eyes when he spots a familiar face in the diner. Though the beautiful Beth ducks his advances, his persistence finally wins out and she agrees to a dinner date. But when he discovers she gave birth to a son rather than the daughter she'd told him about, he is over-the-top angry. Can they escape the quagmire of emotions, rediscover love, and bring three people together as a family?

In My Way

Author: George Alfred Brown Baron George-Brown

Publisher: Orion

ISBN: N.A

Category: Great Britain

Page: 344

View: 3558


Autobiography of the Deputy-Prime Minister, 1964, in Harold Wilson's government.

Counselors Finding Their Way

Author: Jeffrey A. Kottler

Publisher: Amer Counseling Assn

ISBN: N.A

Category: Social Science

Page: 289

View: 1006


This volume collects all 54 of Counseling Today's "Finding Your Way" columns printed since 1997, plus a dozen new essays. The essays address the difficulties facing counselors, including cultural issues, disabilities, substance abuse, personal failure, the need to balance the demands of career and family, and the struggle to find one's own "voice." The contributors are themselves counselors, social workers, and scholars. c. Book News Inc.

One-Way-Marriage

Author: Xavier Couperin

Publisher: Pink Flamingo Media

ISBN: 1950910598

Category: Fiction

Page: 84

View: 8479


A husband loses it all to his wife. After becoming financially dependent on his wife of ten years, the once macho Martin Kent finds himself forced to accept that not only has he been relegated to the role of dogsbody and flunkey but he will also have to come to terms with the fact his wife will be stepping outside of their marriage – with both sexes.

The Write Way: Strategy for Composing the Complete College Application

Author: Shari Aldridge,Courtney Petersen

Publisher: Cryptid Kids Publishing

ISBN: 1941261000

Category: Education

Page: N.A

View: 7476


This application writing guide elucidates the purposeful process by which students have gained admission into the world's most selective colleges and universities. Through detailed information, actual examples of accepted student essays, and focused analysis, thinktango's expansive strategies are now made accessible in a systematic and comprehensive format.