Best Selling Golf Books All Time in 2020
Ben Hogan's Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf
- In each chapter, a different tested fundamental is explained and demonstrated with clear illustrations, as though Hogan were giving you a personal lesson with the same skill and precision that made him a legend
- Covers grip, stance, posture, first & second part of the swing and a short summary and review
- Paperback size: 8" x 5A1/4"
- 109 pages Herbert Warren Wind: has been called "the best golf writer in captivity." His works include Thirty Years of Championship Golf (with Gene Sarazen), The Story of American Golf, and The Complete Golfer. Anthony Ravielli, an artist and avid golfer, used his vast knowledge of anatomy and the mechanics of human movement to show the reader the precise positions and related muscles that must be utilized to achieve success with Ben Hogan's techniques.
The Goldfinch: A Novel (Pulitzer Prize for Fiction)
GOLF MAGAZINE'S BIG BOOK OF BASICS: Your step-by-step guide to building a complete and reliable game from the ground up WITH THE TOP 100 TEACHERS IN AMERICA
A Gentleman in Moscow: A Novel
Little Red Book of Selling: 12.5 Principles of Sales Greatness
The New Yorker Book of Golf Cartoons
The Best Instruction Book Ever! Golf Magazine's Top 100 Teachers Show You the Fastest Ways to Shoot Lower Scores! (Book + DVD)
The Masters: Golf, Money, and Power in Augusta, Georgia
Five Lessons the Modern Fundamentals of Golf 1957
Golf The Best Instruction Book Ever! Expanded Edition
Selling Used Books Online
Selling used books over the Internet is simple and can be profitable. Work your own schedule from anywhere in the country.
How about selling used books over the Internet?
I got into selling used books after my mother, a Librarian, told me about www.half.com. I am an avid reader and buy used books from local thrift stores and yard sales. Inevitably, though, I have always had more books than I had room for.
So I checked out half.com and found it very easy to register as a seller. I listed a few books and music CD's and quickly sold a few.
I have been a seller with half.com for about 18 months. I have a very small inventory (about 100 books), but I have managed to make a little extra money as a sideline. During January I sold three books and earned a total of about $36.
So how do I find the books that I sell?
Yard sales are good, but of course those are seasonal and a dozen or so stops might yield only three or four sellable books.
Library book sales are also good. Most often libraries will sell duplicate copies of books, books that haven't been checked out for quite some time, or books of a subject they have too much of. One of my most recent sells was a hardback textbook I bought at a library book sale for 50 cents. I sold it over half.com for $28 - quite a nice profit for such a small investment.
I have found that local thrift stores are my best sources for good used books. I regularly make the rounds of about five different thrift stores in my area and the prices vary from store to store. Some stores will charge anywhere from 25 to 99 cents for most paperback books. Hardbacks might run 49 cents to about $1.99. I recently bought a popular trade paperback book for 69 cents, then sold it online for $2.40.
One of the important things when perusing the used books, is make sure the book has an ISBN number which can be found above the UPC code on the back of the book or inside the front of the book. Half.com requires an ISBN number in order to list and sell a book. If you find one without an ISBN, don't buy it.
Another thing to look for in used books is the condition they are in. The better the condition, the higher the price you can charge. Popular books and obscure books sell equally well. Unusual subjects may also sell well. My own rule is that if it is in sellable condition, has an ISBN, and I can carry it home with me, I'll buy it. I won't pay more than 99 cents for paperback books, and no more than 1.99 for trade paperbacks or hardbacks.
Half.com informs me via email when I have sold a book, I package it up, ship it off, log into my account and mark the book as shipped, then wait for my money. Payments from half.com are made as automatic deposits to my checking account.
I won't get rich and it certainly won't pay the bills, but I can do it from home, on my own schedule and earn a little extra to fill up the gas tank in my car!