Robert Gullberg

Hope for the Bogey Golfer

Most golf enthusiasts have read Harvey Penick's Little Red Book (1993) in which Harvey shares lessons and teachings from a lifetime of teaching golf. As a lifelong history buff, I enjoyed reading his “pearls of wisdom” about golf. This one from Jack Burke, Sr. in 1943 impacted me the most about improving your game: “Get a system of some kind in playing. Any kind of a system beats trusting to luck.”

S.Y.S.T.E.M. is a system that I have developed over many years. It eliminates luck. It gives bogey golfers a practical strategy to defeat the two main enemies in golf: the golf course and the mind. Get the strategy and read this e-book. It also has nuggets of advice from all kinds of golf professionals. In just over 80 pages, Hope for the Bogey Golfer takes all the complex concepts of playing golf and reduces them to eight essential keys that you can easily adapt to your game. In these guiding key principles, S.Y.S.T.E.M. will show you how to hit more solid shots, make more putts, and hit more targets. S.Y.S.T.E.M. will be explained in detail to you, and no doubt you will improve your game.

I know that you will find this 80 page practical e-book informative, interesting, and thought provoking. I invite you to read Hope for the Bogey Golfer. If only one section helps you, then eureka!

As an avid Midwestern golfer raised playing golf in northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin (where there as many golf courses as anywhere else on the planet), I am convinced that most bogey players will never improve irrespective of what they try. Well, you needn't be “most golfers.”

Bogey golfers abound on this planet. The golf game is full of them. In fact, the vast majority of the 60 million or so golfers in the world are bogey players (averaging one over par on each hole) or worse. They look on with awe at the professional golfer who shoots par or better and wonders why they can't do that? They are frustrated with not improving their bogey game. They play golf regularly or sometimes sporadically, but they spend more time “spoiling a good walk” than anything else. They insanely buy the newest clubs or new balls to see if maybe that will improve their game.

If you are serious about getting rid of your lousy shots that cost you strokes on the scorecard, then this e-book is a must read.

Robert M. Gullberg/Racine, Wisconsin
123 printed pages


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