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"The Short Game Bible" by Dave Pelz

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On ‎02‎/‎26‎/‎2012 at 6:37 PM, Wingover718 said:

I was a little suprised to see Pelz book get torn apart on here. I felt like I learned a great deal from the book. I liked the technical discussion and approach to each of the various shots. Having never taken a bunker lesson I got a great deal from his scoot and slide discussion. I can't say I use each of the shots discussed regularly, but it was easy to discern the meat and potatoes and the stuff to skim through. I still use the 3 x 4 method though I do find the 9 o'clock position is always my best shot so I often rely upon those distances and put the differences. Having only had a limited amount of instruction prior to reading the book I thought it was well worth the thirty something bucks. Thats way cheaper than most lessons. And unlike thoughts from a lesson I have the book on my shelf to go back to for reference on days when I can't play, but wish I was.

Read a couple of pages this morning, the section which discusses club sets being sold and in his opinion the male ego driving those configurations. At my handicap, (and I'm probably in the cohort  of hackers that buy these sets) I tend to agree with industry's  lack of emphasis on the short game. IMHO golf is not Taylor Made's next M!/M2

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Just finished reading TSGB for the second time. Really like the comments around having a better chance to improve scoring by reducing the bad shots/poor rather than increasing birdies. 

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