For the past twenty years, James Sieckmann has honed his strategies, and taught PGA and LPGA professionals at his school Shadow Ridge Golf Academy. He lives and works in Omaha, Nebraska. David DeNunzio is a managing editor at GOLF Magazine and has coauthored twelve instructional books on the sport.
Praise for James Sieckmann "It took all of two minutes of working with James Sieckmann for me to know that I had found my short-game coach. Trust me on this one, you want him to be your coach, too!" --BEN CRANE, five-time PGA Tour winner "Nobody has dedicated as much time to the short game as James Sieckmann. In his new book, he will conclusively show you what the greatest short-game players have in common and how you can improve your technique, both physically and mentally. His information is spot-on, and you will no longer worry when you miss a green!" --BRAD FAXON, eight-time PGA Tour Player "Improving your short game is the fastest way to improve your score. Understanding what to work on and how to work on it is essential. James is trusted by the best players in the world because he makes a complex subject simple and he knows how to evaluate what is really affecting your short game. This book will help lower your scores, period." --DAVE PHILLIPS, cofounder of the Titleist Performance Institute, GOLF Magazine Top 100 teacher, and Golf Digest Top 50 teacher "James Sieckmann is the number one short-game teacher in the world, and everyone who is serious about improving their short game needs to own Your Short Game Solution . The information is brilliant, and the antidotes for every short-game problem are presented in a way that every level of player can understand. The information is revolutionary and will elevate the short game of anyone who follows it." --MIKE ADAMS, GOLF Magazine Top 100 teacher, Golf Digest Top 50 teacher, and World Golf Teachers Hall of Fame member "Every word of Your Short Game Solution is a triumph. The short game is so important for the senior player, and when I use Sieckmann's techniques on the course, other players often ask me what I am doing that allows such precision with ordinarily difficult shots. It's breakthrough stuff that will make a big difference to your game." --TERRY MCGUIRK, chairman and CEO of the Atlanta Braves