How to Build A Classic Golf Swing

How to Build A Classic Golf Swing

Book - 1996
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Ernie Els is one of the most established names in world golf. Since sensationally capturing the 1994 US Open at the age of 24, he has recorded a string of victories, and it's all been achieved with one of the most elegant and classic swings on tour. In this book, the two-time US Open champion offers advice to the average club golfer on the basic fundamentals of grip and posture, before teaching us how to build the classic swing for which he is so famous. A practical guide to developing a better, more effective swing to help you improve your performance from tee to green Every club in the bag receives the full treatment, from the driver to short irons Special chapters on tackling long bunker shots; getting more distance out of your drives; and shaping the ball in the air Fully illustrated with specially commissioned color photography
Publisher: Toronto : HarperCollins, 1996, c1995.
ISBN: 9780002554183
Branch Call Number: 796.3523 E49
Characteristics: 144 p. : ill.
Additional Contributors: Newell, Steve


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