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Your Best Golf Begins After 50 - Make Your Back Nine Your Best Nine - cover

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Your Best Golf Begins After 50 - Make Your Back Nine Your Best Nine

Tammy Gibson, Barry Gibson

Publisher: Morgan James Publishing

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Summary

There are over 34 million golfers in US alone. Around 40% of those golfers are aged 50 and older
Features simple and easy techniques for hitting the golf ball further and taking strokes of a golfer’s score
Fosters a better understanding of a golfer’s swing-body connection causing limitations to their game, and how to easily address them
Will appeal to baby boomer golfers wanting to play better golf, especially those with golfer’s back pain and other mobility issues
Offers a unique, never seen before self-care body practice for golf mobility and pain relief 
Features a simple, easy to follow system for quick, lasting results for better golf and health
Features themes of feeling better, moving better, and playing better golf

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