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The view of the golf swing expressed in this book forms the subject of a series of articles contributed by Mr. Daryn Hammond to Golf Illustrated of America. "What is wrong with the teaching of golf?" asks a writer in the Daily Express. "That there is something wrong with it," he goes on, "is realized by all people who attempt to play golf, and by all those who watch them doing it. "Undoubtedly golf is a difficult game, and undoubtedly it attracts a large proportion of devotees whose only qualification for playing it is their devotion. But it is not on these grounds alone that one can explain the pathetic failure of the average golfer's life, or the tragicomedy that is always being enacted by golfing contortionists over the links of the world. One must seek other causes. One must consider, not only the subject and the pupil, but the teacher. "Broadly speaking, the teachers of golf are either professional golfers or enthusiastic amateurs. In the main, the professional golfer knows how to play golf, but not how to teach it; and in the main the enthusiastic amateur knows neither how to teach it nor how to play it." "Surely," says the writer in the Daily Express, "among the thousands of golfers in the two hemispheres there is some one person who can make this plague of a game intelligible?" There is. He is Ernest Jones. And if there is anything unintelligible in the following pages, it is the writer, and not Ernest Jones, who is at fault. In this book one lesson only is taught, and that one lesson is taught all the time. Each chapter is but a re-statement - from a different angle - of the principle enunciated in every other chapter. The risk of wearying the reader by reiteration has been preferred to the risk of leaving him in doubt. Welcome to the Ernest Jones Method of golf instruction.
Hester Browne created a unique heroine in Melissa Romney-Jones a.k.a. Honey, London's ultimate freelance girlfriend, who won the hearts of readers on both sides of the Atlantic in her "charming and feel-good"(Cosmopolitan) and "funny and original" (People) earlier adventures. Now her New York Times bestselling series sparkles brighter than ever as irrepressible Melissa is hired to reform a playboy prince -- and finds she could get used to the royal treatment. Making plans for her wedding to American fiancé Jonathan Riley, who now runs a prestigious Parisian real estate company, Melissa agrees to do a favor for her beloved grandmother: transform the notorious Prince Nicolas von Helsing-Alexandros into a proper gentleman for the sake of preserving a family inheritance. Even possessive Jonathan agrees it's a great opportunity to make social connections. But taming a prince might prove too big a professional challenge for Melissa when she's confronting so many seismic changes in her own personal life. Jonathan needs her in Paris. Her sister Emery's newborn son needs a christening ceremony, as well as a proper name. Emery herself needs Melissa -- to protect her from their bulldog nanny who's returned to do much more than babysit. Most unsettling of all, Nelson needs her to find him a new flatmate because she'll be moving out soon. Balancing all this with late-night dinners, polo matches, and a Mediterranean cruise with Prince Nicky, who is as charming as he is exasperating, suddenly has bride-to-be Melissa dreaming of a fairy-tale ending -- and not the one she expected!
These classic tales from #1 New York Times bestselling author Nora Roberts prove that sometimes bending the rules is the only way to win¿ Rules of the Game Professional baseball player Parks Jones is insufferable, with an inflated ego Brooke Gordon is dying to pop. Unfortunately, he's also brilliant and her client's spokesman. Brooke knows she can handle Parks, as long as she keeps her intense attraction to herself. But Parks has other plans, and he's willing to break a few rules to convince Brooke that love isn't just a game to him¿. The Heart's Victory He is the man she had once dreamed about, but never dared to love. But now that Cynthia "Foxy" Fox is back in town, she's forced to confront race car driver Lance Matthews and all the old feelings simmering between them. Just as in the world of auto racing, Foxy knows the stakes are high¿but so is the prize. Because this time, the only true victory would be love.
From Invisible to Irresistible is the shorter, quirkier, but none-the-less completely gorgeous companion guide to How To Start Dating And Stop Waiting. Through a series of twelve anecdotes Peter Jones highlights (and fixes) those underlying problems, that make otherwise attractive charming people invisible to those they'd like to date. Chapters include: Changing Your Mind How you can think yourself more attractive, and why a little back-to-front logic might work wonders. Changing Your Image Why it might be a good idea to cut off your hair (or grow it back), how to shed pounds without spending a fortune, and why hiring a professional image consultant could be a waste of money. Changing Your Environment Why sitting at home in front of the TV isn't a dating strategy, why some of your friends are holding you back, and why it's vitally important to have the right sofa.