10 What Is The Best Way To Learn Golf

Updated on: September 2020

What Is The Best Way To Learn Golf in 2020


Principles: Life and Work

Principles: Life and Work
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2020

In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character

In His Image: 10 Ways God Calls Us to Reflect His Character
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2020

This Is Your Brain on Sports: The Science of Underdogs, the Value of Rivalry, and What We Can Learn from the T-Shirt Cannon

This Is Your Brain on Sports: The Science of Underdogs, the Value of Rivalry, and What We Can Learn from the T-Shirt Cannon
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2020
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The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery

The Road Back to You: An Enneagram Journey to Self-Discovery
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2020

Jeffrey Gitomer's Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude: New Edition, Updated & Revised: How to Find, Build and Keep a YES! Attitude for a Lifetime of SUCCESS & HAPPINESS

Jeffrey Gitomer's Little Gold Book of YES! Attitude: New Edition, Updated & Revised: How to Find, Build and Keep a YES! Attitude for a Lifetime of SUCCESS & HAPPINESS
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Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely

Uninvited: Living Loved When You Feel Less Than, Left Out, and Lonely
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Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation, Revised and Updated

Lean Thinking: Banish Waste and Create Wealth in Your Corporation, Revised and Updated
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2020
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(Filmed in 2012) Scott Barrett Course Management Golf Instruction DVD

(Filmed in 2012) Scott Barrett Course Management Golf Instruction DVD
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2020
  • We ship the same day or the next, delivery is normally 2-5 business days.
  • This is the newer version of the video, filmed and released in 2017
  • Working the ball, playing safe, scoring the ball to the best of your ability.

Hasbro Connect 4 Game

Hasbro Connect 4 Game
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2020
  • Classic Connect 4 game is disc dropping fun
  • Choose yellow or red discs. For 2 players
  • When you get 4 discs in a row you win
  • Includes grid, 2 legs, slider bar, 21 red discs, 21 yellow discs and instructions

Swing Simple Short Game Golf Instruction DVD's by Scott Barrett Full Swing and Short Game

Swing Simple Short Game Golf Instruction DVD's by Scott Barrett Full Swing and Short Game
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2020
  • We ship the same day or the next, delivery is normally 2-5 business days.
  • *Practice Station...Shows how to align yourself when practicing your swing.
  • *Learn the proper setup for putting and where you should contact the ball in your Stance.
  • *Learn how to hit sand shots in different conditions from green side and fairway bunkers.

How to Write Reviews and Recaps - What's the Difference?

A writer should know the essential difference between what a reader wants to learn from a review versus a recap.

In fact, within a recent request for a review of NBC's "The Bachelor" premier, had this requirement posted: "This call is for critiques and reviews of the show, not merely recaps of what happened. Recaps will be declined."

Whether writing about a TV show, movie or stage play or even a book, knowing how to write a "Review" versus a "Recap" is essential. So here are the basic differences:

A "Review" is a type of critique and usually includes the writer's personal opinion - but it is not a blow-by-blow description of what happened. Except for briefly explaining the situation in which the characters are placed at the beginning of the piece, the writer should refrain from telling any more of the story.

People who are looking for reviews want to know if they should spend their money to see the movie or play or buy the book. They don't want to hear the whole plot, the climax or the "denouement" (ending or resolution). For a television, movie or play "Review", DO write things like:

Who plays the parts? Why may they have been picked for this role? How is the acting? Was the stage set or the cinematography outstanding? What audience will this appeal to - horror, romance or action fans? Is it appropriate for kids? If it's a reality show, what are the people like? Is it stupid or something new?

For a book, people may want to know:

How is the writing? Is it as spellbinding as the author's last bestseller? Are the places, people, smells and sights described enough to invoke the imagination?

DON'T get into telling things in the order they happened. Stay away from writing: "Then Mary turned to John and said..." or "So in the first scene they're in love, but the ending is sad - they break up".

Quotes from the movie can be given for a purpose, such as how that particular line identifies with real life, as long as the quote doesn't give anything away.

A "Recap" is for people who are looking for those full-out descriptions of something they missed, or something they know they won't get to see or read. This can be done with or without interjecting the writer's opinion. Here's where you can do your blow-by-blow take. For example, if they missed the last episode of American Idol where the winner is announced, a "Recap" could contain this info:

In what order did everything happen? Who were the guest stars? What did everyone sing? Who won? What did the runner-up's face express?

The writer can now get into describing what actually went on within the movie, play, show or book. The recap can include critique items as well, such as stating:

"Overall, this was the best American Idol season finale..." or "This sequel did not measure up to the original movie or book". Or a humorous viewpoint can be added for flavor.

Both a Review and a Recap can include certain things like how people looked in what they wore.

For recent examples of a "Review", see (all examples are here at .com):

Ben Kenber: Gran Torino - A Movie Review or any movie review by Kenber. He's good at it, although lengthy.

Bat Canary's book review: Review of The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat or Canary's other book reviews.

For recent examples of reality show "Recaps", see:

Charlotte Kuchinsky: Dancing with the Stars Reaches the Halfway Mark

Susan Braun: Jon amp; Kate Plus 8: Wedding in Hawaii

BONUS:

For an example of a "PREview" (an article about a not-yet-released book, movie or etc) see Joshua Givens: Revolutionary Road - Movie Preview.

This writer is not receiving any kind of remuneration from the above-mentioned writers for mentioning their work. My apologies for not being able to link to all the excellent examples there were to choose from here at AC.

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