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Play Like Sergio Garcia by John Andrisani
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Play Like Sergio Garcia

by John Andrisani

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Want to be a better golfer?
Here are the secrets of Sergio Garcia.

He began playing golf when he was three years old. He dominated the competition as an amateur and won pro tournaments shortly after turning pro at the age of nineteen. He starred in the Ryder Cup. He drives the ball 300 yards with unerring accuracy, and when he does miss a fairway or a green he uses his creativity to recover. He plays fantastic trouble shots, pitches, chips, and bunker shots. He holes-out pressure putts to win big matches. Golf fans love and respect him. Talking about Tiger Woods? No-twenty-three-year-old PGA superstar Sergio Garcia (aka El Niño).

In Play Like Sergio Garcia, John Andrisani studies the tee-to-green game of Garcia and shows how average golfers can improve their swing and lower their score by modeling themselves after this young golfer. Although Garcia's swing may be unorthodox, it allows him to repeat the same motion over and over regardless of the pressure of the moment. And, as all golfers know, this is the key to going low. Whether you choose to model your setup after Garcia's or are looking to unleash a more powerful swing with the driver, hit more solid iron shots, scramble around the green more effectively, or roll in score-lowering birdie putts, the lessons are all here.

Sergio Garcia is one of the most exciting players to watch on tour, and now, thanks to John Andrisani, he's one of the most exciting players to learn from.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:05:45 -0400)

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