Pros: Original concepts - separation value, decision maps, etc.; comprehensive without being too wordy; references to websites for further reading
Cons: Could use some illustrations in Section 2; lack of discussion about technique; Price point a bit high?
There's probably not much I can say about this book that hasn't already been addressed in either these other reviews or the myriad forums on the website. With that said, let me offer some insights that I hope don't overlap what others have said already.
The concept for this book is very original. More importantly, it's the concept that most golfers who buy books should probably be focusing on. Most golf books I've seen are discussions of how to improve technique. Most focus on a specific part of the game - full swing, short game, putting, even mental. Some are excellent sources of information about how to swing a golf club for certain kinds of shots. Few address strategy,... (read more)