DEWANE J. JOHNSON, ROBERT OLIVER
and SHARON SHIELDS
1st edition, June 1979, 61 pages, $10.95
This book is one of a series of activity texts
available from American Press. It provides an individualized
learning appraoch to the basic skills of golf. Skill sheets
break each fundamental skill into key learning componenets.
Performance tests are provided to enable the student to evaluate
progres. Photographs and illustrations emphasize key points.
Rules, equipment and a glossary are also included.
1: INTRODUCTION TO GOLF
Rules of Golf
Self Instruction for General Warm-Up
2: FUNDAMENTAL TECHNIQUES FOR GOLF
The full Stroke—The Swing (Irons and Woods)
Evaluation of Fundamental Techniques
3: TECHNIQUES FOR PLAYING THE COURSE
Playing the Rough
Playing Uneven Ground
Playing the Wind
Evaluation of Situation Shots
J. Johnson is Professor in the Department of Movement
Science and Physical Education at Florida State University in
Tallahassee. Before coming to Florida State, Dewayne taught
for four years at George Peabody College in Nashville. He
received his B.S. from Southern State College in South Dakota,
his M.P.E. from Idaho State University, and his Ph.D. from Texas
Oliver is currently the Legislative Services Director
for the national Collegiate Athletic Association. Bob holds
a Ph.D. from George Peabody College. His previous positions
include Athletic Director at University of Northern Colorado at
Greeley; Athletic Director at Slippery Rock State College in Slippery
Rock, Pennsylvania; Instructor of Physical Education and Assistant
Basketball Coach at Western Carolina University at George Peabody
College and Chairman and Director of Athletics at newberry College
in South Carolina.
Shields is a Professor in the Physical Education Department
at George Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee.