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Players Lower Golf Handicap in New 21 Day Lesson & Practice Routine

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Golf practice expert Richard Smith teaches golfers of all skill levels how to get a lower golf handicap with his new golf lesson practice routines ebook, 21 Days to Better Golf.

Zagloby, Poland – July 3, 2014

/PressCable/ — Beginners and advanced golf players who want to learn how to play golf while lowering their golf handicap now have a new option for effective golf practice routines. Richard Smith, golf training expert, has released a new ebook titled “21 Days to Better Golf”. Interested golfers can learn more about the book directly on the website, 21daystobettergolf.com.

This new golfing ebook teaches techniques designed to lower the golf handicap of players at all levels of experience. Through specific drills and practice routines, golfers learn new skills that translate into a more precise ability to control the ball in multiple situations.

Richard Smith describes “21 Days to Better Golf” in this way:
“21 Days to Better Golf was created to help people learn how to play golf correctly, and in turn get them to improve their golf game. On average, people cut their handicap by at least 6 strokes through practicing the drills and techniques laid out in the book. Each day focuses on training a specific skill that directly contributes to better golf technique. The ebook is designed to be accessible for golfers of all skill levels, and can be used by anyone regardless of their initial handicap in the game.”

Among the skills taught within the ebook are short putts, bunker shots, chip shots, opening drives and fairway positioning. The skills are spread out over the course of 21 days, with the final technique being a systematic practice session designed to bring out the best golf game in golfers of all skill levels.

The book is available for sale directly on the website, where individuals will find full details on the included drills and techniques. Golfers who want to preview the lessons taught in the ebook can find the Day 1 drill in its entirety on the website 21daystobettergolf.com.

Website: http://21daystobettergolf.com

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