SAN MATEO, CA, August 27, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Nearly three decades after the publication of his classic golf instruction manual, The Keys to the Effortless Golf Swing
, Michael McTeigue today increased his support of golf's recreational players by introducing his new book, Bulletproof Putting in Five Easy Lessons, the Streamlined System for Weekend Golfers.
Written for those golfers who have limited practice time and no desire to become slaves to the game, Bulletproof Putting in Five Easy Lessons
promises to cut as many as five shots per round from the average player's score, with minimal effort. According to McTeigue, "Sharpening your putting skill is the quickest and easiest way to lower your scores and enhance your enjoyment of the great game of golf. Even those players with modest athletic ability can follow my simple steps to becoming bulletproof on the putting green."
McTeigue, a former Northern California PGA Teacher of the Year, has watched recreational players throw away too many shots on the putting green over the years. "Missing a makeable putt is like taking a penalty stroke at the conclusion of the hole. A two-inch putt counts the same as a three-hundred yard drive," McTeigue observes. "I created the Bulletproof Putting System to give average golfers a streamlined way to putt more like the pros and have more fun on the greens."
Bulletproof Putting in Five Easy Lessons is published in paperback
formats by Mike McTeigue's Swing Management.About Michael McTeigue
As a member of the U.S. Professional Golfers' Association (PGA), Michael McTeigue conducted thousands of golf lessons as assistant professional at Bel Air CC, teaching professional at Riviera CC, and head golf professional at Palos Verdes GC in California. He is the author of the popular full-swing instruction book, The Keys to the Effortless Golf Swing. Michael was voted the 1995 Teacher of the Year for the Northern California Section of the PGA. He served as a faculty member in the PGA's Golf Professional Training Program and as an instructor in the PGA's Professional Training and Development Seminar Program. He has authored numerous instruction articles for publications such as GOLF Magazine, Golf Digest, and Senior Golfer. Michael graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA with a degree in Psychology, and he received his MBA from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business. He resides in San Mateo, CA with his wife and two daughters.