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At Impact The Golf Swing 100 Yares Ago

"The most common slice is the one caused by bad timing of the wrist whip which results in in the club handle going through ahead of the club head. Slicers should learn to get the club head through on time with the handle. In this way the slice will be cured and distance gained instead of lost." Original Golf Fundamentals 1897, 1907, 1922, 1930, 1934


THE No. 2 SECRET OF GOOD GOLF

THE DUNNS SAY: "THE LEFT HAND HAS TO BEAR BACK AGAINST THE RIGHT"

Download : "The majority of players who fail in transmission of power, do so because their left hand fails to act as a fulcrum for the right hand to strike against. The left hand has to bear back against the right." FUNDAMENTAL 12, Transmission of power, ORIGINAL GOLF FUNDAMENTALS By The Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1922, 1930, 1934

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HENRY COTTON SAYS: "IT IS NOT CORRECT TO SWEEP THE 'WHOLE LOT' THROUGH." & "THE LEFT HAND RESISTS THE HIT OF THE RIGHT HAND."

Download : "the left hand resists the hit of the right hand." ; "the release of the full power by the wrists which are kept cocked all this time is delayed until the player feels..." and "It is not correct to sweep "the whole lot" through." By Sir Henry Cotton, Open Champion 1934, 1937 and 1948. Facts And Ideas, Sport & Country. 24.1.51 & STUDY THE GOLF GAME "the great golfing teacher" WITH HENRY COTTON Country Life Limited London. Published in 1964


Just before impact left wrist begins to supinate Ben Hogan 1957 Henry Cotton 1964

THE DUNNS SAY: "THIS BACK PRESSURE MUST BE EXERTED AT THE MOMENT OF IMPACT"

This back pressure of the left hand must be exerted at the moment of impact Dunn 1934

Download : "Indoor golf is not by any means a recent development; its beginnings in this country date away back to 1896. In that year a school was started in New York on Forty-second Street by Willie Dunn of the famous Dunn family. The idea spread to Boston and a school for indoor golf was started on the top floor of Noyes Brothers' store which, at that time, was a shop carrying a line of haberdashery and athletic goods. To this store in the winter of 1898 came Willie Dunn." 'INDOOR GOLF SCHOOLS' By JOHN G. ANDERSON' Golf Illustrated & Outdoor America 1915 January Vol. 2, Issue 4, pgs. 34-37

DUNN WAS TUTORED BY TOM MORRIS 1890

Download : "He was a fine teacher and among his pupils were H.R.H. Princess Frederica, the Right Honourable A. J. Balfour, Chief Secretary for Ireland, and none other than Mr Gladstone, the Prime Minister, was given a demonstration of the game by Tom." '5 Open Champions And The Musselburgh Golf Story' Some Well-Known Professionals The Dunns By George M. Colville Chapter 16 published by COLVILLE BOOKS Musselburgh East Lothian Copyright © 1980 Colville Books

WALTER J. TRAVIS SAYS: "IN A GOLFING SENSE THE HANDS IN A WAY REALLY WORK IN OPPOSITION TO EACH OTHER AT THE CRUCIAL MOMENT"

The Hands Work In Opposition To Each Other At The Crucial Moment

WALTER J. TRAVIS SAYS: "NOT DISCERNIBLE TO THE EYE BUT IT EXISTS JUST THE SAME"

Download : "the hands in a way really work in opposition to each other at the crucial moment, the moment that counts, that of impact between the club-head and the ball, the left arm stopping at the wrist for an infinitesimal fraction of a second as the ball is struck, accelerating the speed of the clubhead. This momentary stoppage is not discernible to the eye, but it exists just the same." Building Up A Game, Fifth of a Series of Articles Taking Up in Complete Detail a Course in Golf Instruction By Walter J. Travis, THE AMERICAN GOLFER, 1920. U.S. Amateur Champion 1900, 1901, 1903. British Amateur Champion 1904. Cuban Amateur Champion 1913, 1914


Download : "The left hand must bear back against the right. This back pressure of the left hand must..." FUNDAMENTAL 12. TRANSMIT POWER TO BALL. Original Golf Fundamentals, Seymour Dunn of the Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1934 (page 53)

"In other words, there was in his swing a sort of left hand against the right hand, a resistance to the right hand somewhere, and I think people overlooked that, and still do. If the shot is to be pushed the hands remain ahead of the ball at impact. If an ordinary shot is required, then the wrist can be allowed to 'throw' or 'flick' the club." Henry Cotton