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ISBN:0809233428
Author: Tommy Armour
ISBN13: 978-0809233427
Title: Classic Golf Tips
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Language: English
Category: Golf
Publisher: Contemporary Books; 2nd edition (September 1, 1995)
Pages: 175

Classic Golf Tips by Tommy Armour



Classic Golf Tips Hardcover – March 1, 1994. by. Tommy Armour (Author). Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. I have always thought Tommy Armour was one of the best, if not the best, golf instructors of all time. He certainly has been for me, and this book, a collection of short tips that he wrote for newspapers in the 1960's, is extremely helpful in emphasizing good fundamentals. One person found this helpful.

A handbook of timeless pointers that will improve anyone's game. See a Problem? We’d love your help. Details (if other): Cancel. Thanks for telling us about the problem. A handbook of timeless pointers that will improve anyone's game.

Steely Scotsman Tommy Armour helped define the sport of golf in the 1920s and '30s. Later, as a respected teacher, he improved the games of dozens of professionals, including Babe Didrikson Zaharias, and Julius Boros. This invaluable handbook features 160 of his illustrated golf tips, providing simple yet crucial coaching in the areas of putting, driving, grip, and stance.

Item Number ZZZ032448-BK.

Tommy Armour 855s Silver Scot Iron Set Golf Club. 2-PW Condition is Used. Regular flex G Force2 graphite shafts and Golf Pride Tommy Armour Tour Wrap grips Tommy Armour 845’s Iron Set Golf Club very good condition. The Tommy Armour 845 3pc Wedge Set gives you three high performance wedges for one low price Ping EYE2 black dot beryllium copper golf club set-palmer bag-tommy armour 845-.

Footwork, the foundation of best golf. Author: Tommy Armour. Subject: Sports & Recreation, Golf. The grip holds your swing together. Born In Edinburgh, Scotland, and educated at the University there, like all British boys of his generation Tommy Armour left school to fight in the First World War. He joined the Royal Scots as a machine gunner and later became an officer in the then new branch of the service, the Tanks Corps. While serving with the tanks he was caught in a mustard gas attack and lost his eyesight, but later he regained sight in his right eye. The winner of many amateur golf events in Europe as well as the French Open, Armour came to the United States soon after the war ended and turned professional in 1925

8 "In Person" $ 50 An Hour Golf Lessons. I can whack hell out of the ball BLINDFOLDED - you can too!"

A handbook of timeless pointers that will improve anyone's game.
Reviews: 4
Ynap
I have always thought Tommy Armour was one of the best, if not the best, golf instructors of all time. He certainly has been for me, and this book, a collection of short tips that he wrote for newspapers in the 1960's, is extremely helpful in emphasizing good fundamentals.
Kagda
While obviously a great golfer who understood the swing, I found this book to be a little dry & not very usable for someone who already has a basic understanding of the game. It's merely a step by step instruction on the swing. If you are brand new to the game and want to understand the mechanics, this is your book. But for someone who plays, you'll find it hard to find the help your looking for.
Madis
Good book about golf
Mardin
Pleasant to read. Very informative but not overwhelming. Ideal for the beginning golfer who wants instruction and a feel for golf tradition.