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Thoughts on Teaching (and Learning) Golf Thoughts on Teaching (and Learning) Golf

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Favourite Golf Instruction Books Favourite Golf Instruction Books

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Tom Watson’s Open Tom Watson’s Open

Tom Watson Where does Tom Watson’s Turnberry achievement rank in the great events... 

My Visit to The Butch Harmon Golf School My Visit to The Butch Harmon Golf School

Don Callahan Earlier this year I spent nine days at the Butch Harmon School of Golf... 

The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle The Carnegie Club at Skibo Castle

Skibo I have been fortunate to play the Skibo course several times, most recently... 

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Gene Sarazen – ‘Thirty Years of Championship Golf’ Gene Sarazen – ‘Thirty Years of Championship Golf’

Gene Sarazen Sarazen played during the ‘Golden Era of American Golf’ (between 1920 and 1949 he played over 8,000 rounds of competitive golf and captured all four of golf’s major championships). Here is his personal account of growing up, discovering golf, his early work as a golf caddy, and insights and stories about his time at the very top of... [Read more of this review]

Lee Trevino – Super Mex Lee Trevino – Super Mex

Lee Trevino Trevino’s autobiography, co- written with Sam Blair, is a pretty straightforward telling of the story of Lee’s upbringing and his start in the game. Trevino was a man who both gave and received great respect from friends and peers alike and this book is sad and funny ,but always entertaining, just like the man himself, on and off the... [Read more of this review]

Matthew Rudy: Perfect Your Swing Matthew Rudy: Perfect Your Swing

Matthew Rudy: Perfect Your Swing Matthew Rudy: Golf Digest – Perfect Your Swing; How to Hit the Ball Like the Game’s Greats This well-known and popular instructional book features a succession of swing sequences and commentary on what various players are actually doing. There are many good photographs and photo-sequences with analysis including... [Read more of this review]

The Only Golf Lesson You Will Ever Need by Hank Haney and John Huggan The Only Golf Lesson You Will Ever Need by Hank Haney and John Huggan

or anyone who has read all the so called golf instruction books and manuals this is a book that will open your eyes to what really matters in golf, better impact of the ball. Hank Haney takes you back through the years of learning from the great teachers such as John Jacobs and Jim Hardy in golf schools fixing hundreds of swings and finding what works.... [Read more of this review]

Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf Ben Hogan’s Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf

Hogan’s book has been continuously in print for over fifty years. Most other golf swing books, in contrast, disappear from print within a year or so. Hogan’s book is exceptionally clear and detailed about all the swing fundamentals. Consequently it enables one to figure out, when needs must, what’s going wrong with one’s swing... [Read more of this review]

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