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The Only Golf Lesson You'll Ever Need: Easy Solutions to Problem Golf…

by Hank Haney

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The daring claim of the title is a lot to live up to, and Haney works hard to meet the challenge by focusing on the most essential part of the game--the swing. The book's 10 chapters are divided into three sections: "Understanding Your Swing," "Fixing Your Swing," and "Using Your Swing." Throughout, the secret at the core of his teaching should inspire in most golfers a sigh of relief: it's not how good the swing looks that matters, it's how well that swing strikes the ball. Through clear text and photo aids, Haney helps you understand the basic requirements of each shot well enough to fix mechanical problems without winding up in traction. He certainly helped Mark O'Meara, raising him from near oblivion to 1998 champion in both The Masters and the British Open. --Jeff Silverman

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:08:29 -0400)

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