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Has anyone else's cover gotten sticky? I tried washing it with Fantastic but its still sticky. Its both the front and back covers BTW. Is there some kind of varnish or something on the paper that might cause this?

I swear I haven't spilled anything on it that would cause this...

Yeah the cover on mine got sticky, too..  Not a problem or anything, still go back and re-read parts of it from time to time.  I'm due to run through a few chapters one of these days.

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I might have to buy another copy. I loaned my first copy to a local course manager/teaching pro. He then loaned it another employee. I finally asked him about it and he said he'll bring it in. They are both good guys - not dishonest, just absent-minded. They both seem to embrace many of the ideas in the book.

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I ordered mine on 9/21 through PayPal but haven't received any shipping info yet, but looking forward to reading it

What's your name (PM me if you want)? You have shipping information in your PayPal account. Everything ordered before October 1 has shipped.

Actually, using your email address, I took a look and it says "Delivered." The date delivered was October 5. I'll PM you the tracking info.

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It was in the mail box. Thanks Iacas. My weekend reading assignment ?

From my experience, I suggest that you read the book from start to finish.   Then, pick a few items that you can implement easily like flaring both feet out at address, always going for middle of green from 60 yards and out, etc..   As you master those, move on to more advanced, or harder to acquire skills.  

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so, this book was suggest and recommended by my swing coach. But it appears that this may be for players that already have their swing together and need the finer points of the game. Heck, I'm still working on the first two keys and trying to just hit the ball better. I was thinking I may be a few years away from needing this. Or am I missing something? Is there somthing here that can help me? I am all for studying and learning.




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Interesting Tweet from Mark Broadie. So if I'm reading this correctly, the best putter of the best ball strikers win 45% of the time. The best ball strikers of the best putters win 35% of the time. Long game gets more wins.


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