HOW TO WHIP THE GOLF BALL FOR THE LONGEST DRIVES

"Golf is a two-handed game with the right hand dominating. It is not a bad idea to imagine the left hand working back from the target; to visualize the hands, wrists, and arms as scissors. When you come to hit the ball, that left may play various pranks. If it is not strong enough it will give way before the powerful right. The right hand will have nothing to snap over, and a pushed shot with no crispness will result. Or worse still, the ball will sail away to the right as the left arm buckles up." R. A. Whitcombe


THE DUNNS OF MUSSELBURGH SCOTLAND SAY:"THERE IS NO SPEED SECTOR IN THE SWING OF MANY PLAYERS"

Download : 'BEN HOGAN'S SECRET: A DEBATE The Champ says he has one (try and find it) as experts debate what it is' "The secret, he says, is as old as the hickory shaft and just as obsolete in golf today. Hogan, who makes one of his rare competitive appearances in next week's Masters Tournament and later will be the man to beat on National Golf Day, says he will divulge the secret in due time." LIFE 20 CENTS 5 April 1954.

THE DUNNS OF MUSSELBURGH SCOTLAND The Speed Sector of the Swing (1930) Seymour Dunn

THE WRIST ACTION 68-87 In Motion Picture Series "This was an actual drive in which the ball was driven 250 yards. Notice also how comparatively placid the body is as compared with the energy of the wrists."

Dunns OGF to united states golf association by h h ramsay date 1937

Download : "There is no speed sector in the swing of many players." 'DYNAMIC LAWS OF THE GOLF SWING How to Get the Greatest Distance of Which You are Capable' The Speed Sector of the Golf Swing ORIGINAL GOLF FUNDAMENTALS By The Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1922, 1930, 1934

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Reference : "In our opinion there is unquestionably such a thing as a snap of the wrists in certain styles of long play and Braid's visualization of it as like a corkscrew action is quite just and accurate - it being understood that the twist of the operation is from right to left in a right-hand player." BRAID OR VARDON, WHICH? By R. Stanley Weir, Golf Illustrated & Outdoor America 1915, August Vol. 3, and "The snap of the wrists is not easy to describe, but some of its characteristics may be noted."

"The timing device is inside the player. What I see of his swing is outside. That's merely the result of the way his timer is functioning, or not functioning. I can tell him that he is hitting too soon, or getting the hands ahead of the club, or any one of a lot of other things he may be doing wrong. And sometimes that will help him 'set' his timer. And then, again, it won't. Timing is instinctive. If you missed it would be an accident - an error of timing. You didn't cut the ball loose at the right place, or the final snap in the wrist was a bit off." Stewart Maiden


Download : YOU ARE WRONG, MR COTTON ! "P. S. I am not wrong, you know!" My Golfing Album COUNTRY LIFE LIMITED LONDON Published 1959, STUDY THE GOLF GAME WITH HENRY COTTON 1964 Open Champion 1934, 1937 and 1948

IN ACTION AGE 72 HENRY COTTON THE HANDS

Download : 'MAESTRO: THE LIFE OF HENRY COTTON' Peter Dobereiner With Introduction By Laddie Lucas Chapter 15 The Hands. Always The Hands The Life of Sir Henry Cotton Hodder & Stoughton London Sydney Auckland Copyright © Peter Dobereiner 1992 First published in Great Britain in 1992 by Hodder and Stoughton Ltd

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"A favorite phrase nowadays is "timing the club." The phrase is a good one, but unless the coach can explain how to bring about this desirable result the mere words will not help the beginner much. My theory is that this "timing" is dependent upon keeping back the left elbow, thereby enabling the full force of the stroke to be brought into the ball." Alex Smith



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