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ZoneGolf123 Core Concepts - Simple Solutions for a Complex Game

Brian Burke

Publisher: BookBaby

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It has been said that golf looks so easy, so why is it so hard?  For years, I was just like so many golfer, struggling to develop my "feel" around the green. With a growing family and a military career, it left me with less and less time to practice. After designing the ZoneGolf123 system, I realized that I had "cracked the code" on the short game. I designed a system that was now as easy to execute as the game looked. I knew I changed the way the short game should be evaluated and executed. This change in paradigm replaces the "old" with the "new". From trying to manipulate the club to hit a spot on the green to knowing that you can hit close to that spot over and over again under any kind of pressure. By using a few Key Performance Indicators (KPI's), I was not only able to execute shots around the green consistently, I was able to document how it happened. By discovering how far shots went in practice, I was able to trust it on the course.  By following this easy to use formula you too can excel at the short game.

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