The Other Game of Golf: Practical Principles a Strategies for Business on the Course, is not a book of qtipsq or qhow to's, q but a qwhen youq book; a concise, insightful, trustworthy companion for both the novice and experienced players. It will help you understand the subtle elements that characterize the complex protocols surrounding business golf and what to do when you decide to practice and play golf's qother game.q The Other Game of Golf doesn't focus on how to hit a ball, or select equipment. Instead the authors; an experienced investment banker and a championship player with his own successful business, and a writer; define and organize a series of 45 easily recalled one-sentence principles. Understanding these principles will enable you to function confidently in a sophisticated business-golf enviroment-projecting a high level of perceived performance-regardless of your personal level of playing skill. The Other Game of Golf provides you the previously uncollected rules of the business game-an adroit synthesis of strategic social and tactical psycological skillsGraphite shafts must be inspected carefully, as they can deteriorate with hard use and improper care, and a beginner tends to be rougher on clubs than an experienced player While high-end clubs can cost thousands of dollars it rarely benefits the ... Experienced players become suspicious when they see an obvious beginner hacking away with customafitted top-of-thealine Callaway woods and irons. ... a putter is far more subjective than selecting woods 72 The Other Game of Golf.
|Title||:||The Other Game of Golf|
|Author||:||J. Brian Amster, Larry Salk, Craig Lockwood|
|Publisher||:||iUniverse - 1999-09-01|