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HOW TO MAKE A YARDAGE BOOK
The book includes …
- Step-by-step instructions to create your own Yardage Book
- Helpful pictures and strategy tips
- Downloadable templates
- Links to additional programs and tools
Here’s what one of the early readers had to say:
“Situations like the fairway bunkers in figure 2 are especially where my buddies would gather around my yardage book to make their club selection. No published course information provides the yardage and slope details like you do here. Everyone agreed afterward that one feels much more confidence in the selected club when you can look at detailed yardage (the yardage book) and actual conditions (the course in front of you) at the same time. And every instructor says that your confidence in the club you have chosen is crucial for proper execution. Also, even if the golf course provides a lot of detailed information, you can’t whip it out of your back pocket, flip to the hole, check it, scribble notes, and put it away in seconds while the player before you tees off like you can with the yardage book I made from the template. Such musings may be more appropriate in a review of the book when it gets published, but any detailed clues on the benefits and ways to use the yardage book will help beginners (like me) get the most out of the book. I can see now that the essence of what I have written here is already in the book, but I didn’t “get it” when I read it the first time through.
Perhaps the greatest gift the yardage book gave me was that it somehow cured my fear of going over water, gorges, and other hazards right off the tee. Until now, my success rate over a hazard right in front of the tee was probably only 10-20%. When I made the yardage book using your template, I was able to check the minimum distance to clear the water (hole #15 below) and other hazards and make my club choice days before actually going to the course. To my amazement, when a played a new course last weekend, I had absolutely no hesitation and my fear was gone! I cleared every hazard in front of the tees (two lakes, one thicket, two gorges) without thinking twice. Check out the images of Hole #15. My shot was the second best of eight people. A week ago, I would have rejoiced just to make it over the water. Thanks!!!”