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A season-by-season tour of the great golf courses of North America and Europe captures the finest courses, vintage clubhouses, personal retreats, legendary golfers, and valuable collectibles of the sport. 25,000 first printing.
Liguori interviewed more than 30 celebrities who have a deep interest in golf to compile this book, filled with quotes, quips, and reflections. Professional athletes, Hollywood stars, famous musicians, renowned businessmen, and politicians discuss a variety of issues, including discrimination in the game, the frustrations and exhilarations of the sport, and using the game as a means to get ahead in the business world.
This book is for every player who feels stuck and frustrated by lack of improvement. It is the perfect guide to understanding and developing every aspect of the game. After writing Developing High Performance Tennis Players - a system to develop competitive players - I wanted to utilize my fifty years experience as a competitor, high performance coach, coaches' coach and instructor of players of all ages and levels to write a practical book with the most effective strategies for anyone to improve and enjoy the game.The book breaks tennis down into ten performance-determining factors that directly establish a player's performance level: consistency, precision, footwork, perception and anticipation, variation, spin, ball speed, camouflage, mental skill and decision making. Each chapter addresses one of these factors and presents simple and effective tips and exercises to develop it, ultimately improving overall performance. This guide is the perfect long-term companion for any player. It can be read cover to cover or selectively by focusing on the chapter that addresses immediate, specific problems or concerns.Play with Passion!Edgar Giffenig played for the University of Texas, completing degrees in business and exercise physiology. He was a national coach for the United States, Germany and Mexico, supporting the development of many future superstars including Mike and Bob Bryan.Edgar is the author of Developing High Performance Tennis Players, a frequent speaker at international coaches' conferences and workshops and a consultant at www.tennisgate.com. He is a member of the International Tennis Federation Coaches Commission and an avid competitor, who in 2016 was ranked fifth in the 55 and over ITF world rankings.Throughout his career Edgar has worked with hundreds of players of all ages from beginners to professionals. Currently he lives in Connecticut directing the Norfolk Country Club and is involved in coaching education worldwide.
Celebrates various talented baseball teams and players since the introduction of the sport to Palau in 1925 by a member of the Japanese South Seas government (Nanyo'cho).
This book argues that the current period constitutes an unprecedented 'golden era' of cricket in the world. The general standard of the game has been higher than at any time in history and the sport has been enriched by many innovations. In covering fifty years of cricket in Pakistan, the author demonstrates how the country has played a major role in ushering in the golden era. The country has also played a leading role in the expansion of cricket into uncharted territories - such as the Middle East and the Far East. The book also delves into the controversies and the difficulties: allegations of ball tampering, biased umpiring, and match fixing. This book will appeal to cricket enthusiasts and aspiring cricketers all over the world.
It is the 26th minute of the Finland-Russia semifinal of the 2011 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championships: Finnish player Mikael Granlund, just 19 years old, skates around behind the Russian goal. Suddenly he scoops the puck onto the toe of his blade, glides forward past the side of the goal and slams the puck into the net. The players and spectators go wild. It was a once-in-a-lifetime goal, a goal that was an artistic masterpiece, so beautiful that the Finnish post office created a stamp to celebrate it. Contrast that story with this one: in Sparta Prague's home arena, Vladim�r Nov�cek steers the ice resurfacing machine around the rink. What's so special about that? Nov�cek has been maintaining the ice for Sparta since 1968; he is now 82 years old. His work doesn't prompt much excitement, and he certainly doesn't have his own postage stamp. Still, the young Finnish world champion and the elderly Czech ice manager are united by their dedication to the sport of ice hockey. Their stories and many others are told in We Love Hockey. The very personal and emotional vignettes and stunning photographs make this book extremely exciting and give it a very special place in the sports literature market. It's about the greatest and the smallest moments, the men and women who are passionate about this sport, and everything that makes ice hockey so fascinating.
Brazil's victory in the 1994 World Cup is the latest chapter in an extensive history of the world's most popular game in South America. In this engaging account, Tony Mason reviews the place of football in Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay. Mason opens with soccer's rise at the turn of the century amid the exploding urbanization of Buenos Aires, Montevideo, Rio de Janeiro and São Paolo. He demonstrates that, from its beginnings, the game had wide popular appeal and examines the role of British commercial and military interests as well as that of newcomers from Italy, Spain and Portugal. From the moment when Uruguay won the Olympic football tournament in 1924 to Argentina's bizarre appearance in the World Cup final of 1990, international success on the pitch brought with it prestige and influence abroad. At home, Mason shows how dictators used football to ensure political passivity. He concludes by asking if the attention focused on football in Latin America today is exaggerated or whether the game truly is the "passion of the people."
A Passion for the Past presents a collection of 22 articles brought together to celebrate the late Lieutenant-Colonel James F. Pendergast, Hon.D.Sc., who passed away in 200. The book covers a wide range of subject matter, including a number of texts on the St. Lawrence Iroquoians - a subject dear to Jim Pendergast's archaeological heart. This book consists of regional archaeological syntheses, palaeo-botanical and physical anthropological analyses, theoretical discussions of the nature of archaeological ethnicity and the nature of the protohistoric period, articles dealing with linguistics, numismatics, symbolism and cosmology, Native perspectives on archaeology, collections management issues, biographies, and even an original contribution by a late-nineteenth-century a vocational archaeologist.
Passion for the Game hits a grand slam home run with inspirational text by author Steve Riach and stunning action photography by Tom Henry. The simple message of facing life with faith, courage, and determination is a winner for baseball fans of all ages. This stunning full-color gift includes a 49" fold-out action photo, a Heart of a Champion embroidered patch, and a full-color wall poster. The classic photos and words of encouragement from America's favorite baseball heroes--including Sammy Sosa, Alex Rodriguez, John Smoltz, Yogi Berra and Casey Stengel, among others--help you keep your faith in every inning of life. "Passion for the Game includes quotes from players saying what the love of Jesus means to them and a heartwarming section on how the legendary Mickey Mantle accepted Christ as his Savior late in his life. Foreword written by noted baseball analyst Harold Reynolds.
Attention rappers, producers and hip hop entrepreneurs! Start your own record label. Release your own music. Create your own EMPIRE! Turn your passion for hip hop into a viable business. Change the Game shows step-by-step how to set up your own record label and release and sell your own music. *** This book is part of Hip Hop Entrepreneur(tm) set of products in The Integrated Life(tm) passion & career series. THE CONCEPT: "In the pursuit of economic survival, bodily sustenance and social acceptance, people often (1) disregard their passion in order to focus on a practical career, (2) allow their diet to undermine their health, and (3) deny their sexual and gender wiring in order to conform to societal concepts of relationship. Therein lies the majority of unhappiness in our modern life." The solution is to live the integrated life! Take the Integrated Life(tm) online test at www.integratedlifetest.com and discover how integrated these areas of your life are! Then, read the book to learn what to do about it!
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