The second book from Golf Channel analyst and author of the New York Times bestseller The Anatomy of Greatness, Brandel Chamblee examines the best uses of the short game throughout the history of golf.
It’s no secret that the short game is the key to any golfer’s score. It’s the part of the game where the most strokes are saved and where the amateur, who may lack the professional’s distance and consistency with the longer clubs, can be just as good as the legends of the game. Now Golf Channel analyst and former PGA Tour professional Brandel Chamblee reveals the commonalities between the best short games in history.
The New York Times said, “Chamblee has an artist’s way with words.” In this full-color illustrated instructional book, he shows us how we can easily incorporate his findings into our own short games, from chipping and putting to pitching and bunker play. The result is like having a series of private lessons from the best golfers of all time, and it will make the game easier and more fun for all of us.
Publication date: April 1, 2021
About the Author
Brandel Chamblee joined the Golf Channel in 2004 and is currently its lead analyst. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is the author of The Anatomy of Greatness and The Short Game: Lessons from Inside 100 Yards by the Best Golfers in History.
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