FOUR BOOKS FOR BETTER MOTIVATION
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First published in 1925, this pocket-sized facsimile edition contains hundreds of tips for golfers of all abilities. The advice, ranging from technique to etiquette on the course, provides an entertaining snapshot of life in 1920s Britain. Don't lose heart becasue you have made a bad start from teh tee and your opponent has got away with a clean, straight drive. A hole is never lost until it is won. Don't be the first to give up the search should your opponent lose his ball. Don't underrate the value of winning the first hole. It is asa valuable as the eighteenth. Don't insist on having a ball or money on a friendly match. Som people will gamble on anything, but if you can't enjoy the game for its own sake, you'll never be a golfer. Don't paly too much golf. Two rounds are quite sufficient for one day at any time.
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