THE GAME FOR EVERYONE
JOHN JOHNSON AND BRENDA DIANE ARMSTRONG
1st ed., August 2000, 100 pages, $10.95
the Game for Everyone is designed for golfers at all levels.
Drills are included for the beginner which emphasize the proper
grip, stance and how to swing the club. Drills for intermediate
golfers include coaching points on how to improve the golf swing
with “swing keys” and “helpful hints.”
The mental aspects of the game and how to approach each shot from
a mental standpoint are included for the advanced golfer.
The concept of golf as a game for everyone is enhanced by discussions
of your attitude toward the game, gaining the mental edge in golf,
and how to develop a positive self image for golf.
How to practice to improve your golf game is discussed in detail,
along with how to attain peak practice results.
Extensive coaching points on the putting game and the entire short
game enable the golfer at all levels to become a better player.
Ideas for peaking your game on the course with special drills
appeal to all golfers along with stretching and conditioning drills
to improve your game off of the course.
2: Peaking Your Practice Game
3: Helpful Hints for peak Practice
4: One Dimensional Focus
5: Thinking Peak Golf
6: Peaking Your Putting Game
7: Peaking Your Short Game
8: Gaining the “Mental Edge”
9: Positive Self Image
10: Suggestions for peaking Your Game
11: Peaking Your Game Off the Course
John L. Johnson has co-authored a walking fitness textbook,
Walking with Brenda Diane Armstrong. He has been a golf coach
for 33 years, and the Head Golf Coach at Cal State Dominguez Hills
for the past thirty years. Prior to that time he was an Assistant
Golf Coach at UCLA for two years and the Head Golf Coach at UCLA
for one year.
Over ten of Coach Johnson’s former players are Assistant
Golf professionals in the Southern California area alone, and
he has also taught the golf teaching methods class for Physical
Education majors at Cal State Dominguez Hills for the past thirty
years. As a result, his coaching and teaching methods are in widespread
Brenda Diane Armstrong has been a Physical Education
and Dance teacher at Santa Monica high School for the past twenty-five
years. Mrs. Armstrong has co-authored a walking fitness textbook,
Walking, with Dr. Johnson and has a wide scope of expertise in
fitness, conditioning, and strength training. In addition, she
has done extensive research on walking as a fitness activity for
physical conditioning, and on stretching for all physical activities.