“Among the best books I’ve seen in my career”
- GolfWeek Magazine.
“Mike puts the fun in fundamental.”
- Jack Nicklaus

Paging through this full color book, you’ll benefit from decades of teaching experience — as you find your own pathway, and your own way to learn the game.

Where random tips almost guarantee failure, Mike’s book offers a stunning visual presentation of every part of the game from full swing and scoring to practice and the mental game — guaranteeing progress for every player.

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Mike truly uncomplicates the game’s most important topics, in ways that fit the real world and all types of golfers.

Mental Game

  • Mental Game

    You are not your score. The great players know this. Mike shows you how to join them.

  • Practice

    The key to practice is making progress every day. Here’s how practice becomes inspired.

  • Scoring

    In the end, the game is about scoring. After all, it’s not called swing. It’s called golf.

  • Adjacency

    All sports are related, and can help improve your golf game. If you know how.

  • Fitness

    Your fitness routine can be as simple as learning how to walk.

  • Athletic Personality

    Discover your inner athlete, and you’ll find your own personal swing.

  • Pre Swing

    Consistent golf starts with a consistent set-up. Like we said, it’s not complicated.

  • Impact

    Mike will add great power to your game when you understand why the ball goes where it goes.

  • Swing Skills

    Instead of fixes, here are skills that bring permanent improvement to your game.

  • Full Swing

    The full swing is far simpler when you understand exactly what you’re trying to do.

GREATLIFE

Yes, You Can Play Everything. A few basic movements are all you need.
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FITNESS UNCOMPLICATED

When your fitness routine is as simple as walking correctly, it brings huge benefits to your game.

MENTAL GAME UNCOMPLICATED

Bring strength and freedom to your next round with this hilarious and compelling look at the mental game.

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