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This is the Revised edition with a publication date of 3/1/2010.
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Private Lessons is the most popular feature inGOLF Magazinethe place to go for tips, tricks, and instructions that will get the lowliest duffer swinging like a pro. This second edition of Abrams' best-selling golf instruction book offers the best of the lessons that have appeared since the book was first published. More than 60 pages have been replaced with fresh, up-to-date material illuminating every aspect of the game. Its easy-to-follow instructions, combined with the wonderfully accurate full-color illustrations, illuminate every aspect of the gamefrom approaching the tee to hitting out of trouble to improving the short game. Best of all, this is a book any golfer can use to advantagelow and high handicappers, men, women, juniors and seniors alike will benefit from the book's unique ability to break the most complex instruction into easy-to-understand and easy-to-follow steps.Golf Magazine'sPrivate Lessonsis an indispensable tool in any golfer's kit. The new volume is 20 percent revised and updated.
David Dusek joined GOLF Magazine in 2002, and while you would not know it by watching him putt, he focused on writing instruction articles for four years. He has worked with most of the Top 100 Teachers, as well as PGA Tour stars like Luke Donald, Brad Faxon and Jim Furyk. As deputy editor of GOLF.com, David covers the PGA Tour and writes The Shop equipment blog. David has also produced videos with David Feherty, Peter Kostis and Dave Pelz and has appeared as a guest and commentator on NBC, CBS, ESPN, Fox News and CNN, as well as several radio stations throughout the United States, England and Japan.