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Didn't see the smiley...?

 

There was a smiley!!!! 

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There was a smiley!!!! 

In MY post.
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In MY post.

 

Yea I saw the smiley. Don't worry, I was just being a bit stupid for fun ;-)

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For the next two weeks I'm going to be working everyday so I'll be getting this book just in time...as long as I'm not last on the list. :)
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Is it possible to get more details before we get our copies? Chapter titles for example? ;)
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Is it possible to get more details before we get our copies? Chapter titles for example? ;)

 

Possible? Of course.

 

Likely? Noooooooooooo. ;-)

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Now sounds interesting ? Noe how to swing or just strategy

It is about strategy and how to approach different situations.  It is not a "swing theory" book.  I would recommend ordering it.

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It is about strategy and how to approach different situations.  It is not a "swing theory" book.  I would recommend ordering it.

 

I'll let Mike answer it, but it's about a lot of things, including how to practice.

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Possible? Of course.

Likely? Noooooooooooo. a2_wink.gif

Fair enough!! It was worth the question!

Can't wait to read it!
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I'll let Mike answer it, but it's about a lot of things, including how to practice.

 

Nice!!!

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It is about strategy and how to approach different situations.  It is not a "swing theory" book.  I would recommend ordering it.

 

Yes that is definitely part of the book but there is much more. It's gets into all facets of the game, how to practice, what to practice, swing theory, how to prepare for an important round(s), myth busting, technology and fitting, how to assess your shot pattern and successfully navigate your way around the course. 

 

This is not a book you will read read once. For as long as you play golf, this is something you'll be referencing many times. But even after reading it once you'll be left with a few "mantras" that will help your game.

post #228 of 608
I have to admit one of the more intriguing parts of this book is the fact that even while we are reading or after we can directly discuss it with the author and gain more insight or explanation on what we are reading! Cool stuff!
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I'll let Mike answer it, but it's about a lot of things, including how to practice.

Yeah, so about that.  I wanted him to know that it wasn't just a swing theory book.

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I have to admit one of the more intriguing parts of this book is the fact that even while we are reading or after we can directly discuss it with the author and gain more insight or explanation on what we are reading! Cool stuff!

 

This is very true.  How often does anybody get to do that???

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But if everyone talks in depth about the contents of the book here on TST, wouldn't that discourage future sales? Or maybe boost sales? Will there be topics forbidden here to protect their insightful revelations in the book?
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I like that I was able to be part of the process by contributing to start up fundraising for this book. Looking forward to seeing it complete!!! 

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But if everyone talks in depth about the contents of the book here on TST, wouldn't that discourage future sales? Or maybe boost sales? Will there be topics forbidden here to protect their insightful revelations in the book?

 

We will not be discussing it very much here.

 

You can review the book here, and recommend it to others, but we'd ask that everyone participate in the members-only section of the LSW website, and otherwise respect the IP in the book just the same as they would others. You've all (those who bought) paid for the information, so it doesn't make a bunch of sense to give it away free to you, either. :)

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I'll let Mike answer it, but it's about a lot of things, including how to practice.

Like going to the range, warming up with some irons then hitting one hundred slices with your driver and cussing after every swing?
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