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NEW GOLF ETIQUETTE QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE DEBUTS

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Fitchburg, MA - Yves C. Ton-That, a rules official and best selling golf author, has written a new booklet called "Golf Etiquette Quick Reference. A Golfer's Guide to Correct Conduct".

This new pocket-sized guide supplements "GolfRules Quick Reference", Ton-That's first guidethat sold more than one million copies and is the best selling golf book in the U.S. It has been translated into more than twenty languages and according toGolf Digest is "the best effort yet to decipher the Rules of Golf." The new booklet covers everythinggolfers of all skill levels need to know, so that they can play any course in the world with confidence - from preparing for the round at home to enjoying a drink at the 19th hole to safety to courtesy to fixing divots, the code of conduct is explained in the usual concise and understandable way. The guide is also extensively illustrated in color and is the perfect complement to the Golf Rules Quick Reference.

 

"Etiquette on and around the golf course is crucial, and is just as important as the rules of play to ensure that you play the game in the proper spirit," says Ton-That, who also penned "Trouble Shots and Quick Fix Guide" in his career as an author. "When you're in the company of seasoned golfers, or invited to play a private club, saying or doing even one thing incorrectly can make the difference of not being invited back. And with a little preparation and knowledge, you can avoid most any potentially embarrassing situation."

 

Editors Note:

This is a very handy little booklet you can take right with you golfing. It is very well done and durable so will be a great long term reference for every golfer!

Scott Sumner

 

The 48-page, spiral-bound and plastic-coated book is now available in good golfshops and at www.golfrulesmadeeasy.com, for $12.95 (ISBN 978-3-909596-77-5, Artigo Publishing International, 1st edition 2014). 


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