Title is a 6"x 9" black & white, 96 page, paper back. This easy-reading, splendidly written book with 26 illustrations, 35 photographs and eight exersises describe the bones, joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments used in a certain sequence to achieve the proper motion needed to swing a golf club. It was written for beginning golfers as well as professional instructors.
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Picture this scenario. You are watching a golf tournament on television and Ernie Els, Steve Elkinton, Phil Mickleson or the like come into view. One of the commentators invariably will say, "If you want to imitate a swing, this is it. It has a Few Moving Parts." However, he or she does not tell you the parts nor the sequence in which the parts move. Now you can find out the proper parts, what moves them, and the proper sequence in which they must move.
The legendary Freddie Haas, the man who ended Byron Nelson's 11 consecutive wins on the PGA Tour, says "Your explanation should be studied by all PGA professionals. It's a quicker method of getting beginners to swing better and the faster people learn the more they will enjoy playing golf.
Your book should be required reading for members of the PGA of America who would like to have Ph.D. of Golf after their name."
Any time Mr. Haas has this to say about Anatomy of the Perfect Golf Swing, then we feel very confident that all golfers would benefit by having a copy of this book. Some of the world's leading golf instructors of today such as Butch Harmon, Jimmy Ballard, and Jim Flick are known to have copies in their libraries. Other notables with copies of the book are PGA Touring Pro Justin Leonard and the father of Tiger Woods.From the Author:
"It Don't Mean a Thing If You Ain't Got That Swing." I don't know whether Duke Ellington had golf on his mind when he composed that song, but I do know that the phrase is quite accurate when it comes to the golf swing. I also know that the body did not need golf to be invented in order to make the movements necessary to properly swing a golf club.
This book was written for two reasons. One reason was the health of golfers. With over 39 years of health/fitness experience working at country clubs, hotels and resorts nationally, I have seen enough golf related injuries to last a life time. The other reason was the health of golf instructions.
Most golfers instructors are dedicated to having the student approach the game mainly from the physical aspect of the sport. The student is given a club and told to perform the swing without any knowledge of the muscles and joints involved in making the movement. This can be very harmful for the student. Not only because of the possible physical injuries, but also because of the emotional and mental frustrations that come from not seeing any improvement in his or her game.
For the first time a book is designed that golfers, from beginners to professionals to instructors, can actually improve their performances by understanding a few simple principles about how the body really functions.
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Descrizione libro Lobdell & Potter Pub, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria DADAX0966707907
Descrizione libro Lobdell & Potter Pub, 1998. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110966707907