|Author:||Patty Berg,Rhonda Glenn,Kathy Whitworth|
|Title:||Golf For Women: Easy-to-follow Instruction from Pro Golf's Leading Tournament Winner|
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|Publisher:||St. Martin's Griffin; Reprint edition (January 15, 1992)|
Whitworth concludes with a chapter on "Knowing Patty Berg" and an evaluative salute to "Wright, Nicklaus, Snead, Hagge, Lopez, and Friends. A grand purchase for any golfing nook. Eugene J. Millich, formerly with Univ. Kathy Whitworth is one of the greatest women golfers to have ever played the game.
Women golfers will find the ideal teacher in Kathy Whitworth, winner of eighty-eight professional tournaments-more than any woman or man in golf history.
Professional golf's all-time leading tournament winner shows women the basics and the subtleties of playing winning golf. Golf for Women : Easy-to-Follow Instruction from Pro Golf's Leading Tournament Winner. by Kathy Whitworth and Rhonda Glenn.
Kathy Whitworth's Little Book of Golf Wisdom: A Lifetime of Lessons from Golf's Winningest Pro. by Kathy Whitworth, Jay Golden. ISBN 9781602390225 (978-1-60239-022-5) Hardcover, Skyhorse Publishing, 2007. Founded in 1997, BookFinder. Coauthors & Alternates.
Whitworth's first season of professional golf was in 1959. She had dropped out of Odessa Junior College to pursue her career and was learning the realities of tournament play. Although she was thrilled to be playing professionally, she did not play well and made no money. Increasingly discouraged, Whitworth went home to discuss plans of leaving the tour. Whitworth became determined to make golf her career
Selected writings by whitworth: (With Rhonda Glenn) Golf for Women, St. Martin's Press, 1990. Related Biography: Golf Professional Harvey Penick. Harvey Penick might have remained one of the most obscure yet most important figures in professional golf had it not been for the 1992 publication of his book, Harvey Penick's Little Red Book: Lessons and Teachings from a Lifetime of Golf. The book sold more than one million copies and spent weeks on the New York Times best-seller list. Whitworth became determined to make golf her career. In 1961 she attended a six-week golf clinic held by LPGA co-founder Patter Berg. Through Berg's clinic, Whitworth learned many different styles of shots, which she relentlessly practiced. The practice paid off.
Rhonda Glenn, who literally wrote the book on women’s golf, retired last week after nearly 50 years as a journalist and an employee of the United States Golf Association. Glenn, 67, retired last week after nearly 50 years as a journalist and an employee of the United States Golf Association. Her desire to document the strokes, triumphs and challenges of players often far from public view shaped her career as a writer-historian. Glenn literally wrote the book on women’s golf, the landmark work The Illustrated History of Women’s Golf, published in 1991. It’s hard to get a feeling about the players without writers or to know the game without writers, said Judy Bell, the first woman to be president of the .