Jack Heal’s New Book ‘Lefties: A Short History of Left-Handed Golfers’ Details Various Successful Left-Handed Golfers in the Golf Industry
Recent release ‘Lefties: A Short History of Left-Handed Golfers’ from Covenant Books author Jack Heal is a comprehensive account on the influence of left-handed golfers in sending golf to a whole new level.
Jack Heal, who has a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan and a Juris Doctorate from the Detroit College of Law (now the Michigan State College of Law), and practiced law in the Detroit area for many years, has completed his new book “Lefties: A Short History of Left-Handed Golfers”.
Jack, who has been a left-handed golfer since shortly before his fifth birthday in August 1944 writes, “This book is about left-handed golfers. Most play golf for a living. However, there are a few names not necessarily associated with golf. For example, did you know Babe Ruth was a left-handed golfer and a darn good one at that? Former president Barack Obama is a left-handed golfer. Mardy Fish, once ranked number nine in the tennis tour, is a left-handed golfer. There are a few names you may not readily recognize today, but some could become household golf names in the future.”
Published by Covenant Books of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, Jack Heal’s new book reveals, once and for all, that players who swing a golf club from the left side can succeed in the game. Some are naturally right-handed (including the writer) but swing sports implements (golf clubs, baseball bats, hockey sticks, cricket bats) from the left side. Phil Mickelson, the greatest left-handed golfer ever, does everything right-handed except swing a golf club.
Readers can purchase “Lefties: A Short History of Left-Handed Golfers” at bookstores everywhere or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, or Barnes and Noble.
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