Losing sight of the ball. Fiona Hill

GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE 2011 - 2022 - Cure To A Slice The Left Hand Has To Bear Back Against The Right Hand.

"The ball starts out to the right usually at a very sharp angle rising at a normal height and continues to curve to the right. CAUSE: The left hand is failing in its function as a fulcrum against which the right hand strikes. Immediately prior to and during the moment of the club's contact with the ball, the right hand speeds up the club head. It cannot do this if the left hand fails to offer a backward resistance against the upper end of the club handle. At the moment of impact the hands work not together but against each other." ORIGINAL GOLF FUNDAMENTALS Musselburgh, Scotland. 1897, 1907, 1922, 1930 and 1934


THE GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE
2011 - 2022



HOW
TO
SQUARE
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CLUB
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HOW TO SLICE
CURVE
TO THE RIGHT

DEFINITION OF A SLICE

"If the hands are in advance of the club head at the instant of contact with the ball, a slice is sure to come off and the reverse, if the club head meets the ball ahead of the hands, a pull will result." Jerome D. Travers


Download : to the "The ball starts out right, usually at a very sharp angle, rising at a normal height, and continues to curve to the right." 'Definition of slice 6 CAUSE' ORIGINAL GOLF FUNDAMENTALS By The Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1897, 1907, 1922, 1930, 1934


DUNNS SNAP F12 MUSSELBURGH ALEX SMITH SNAP CARNOUSTIE SCOTLAND


Download : "You've influenced countless golfers. Who influenced you? Seymour Dunn [the noted designer and author] would be up there. I didn't realize what a great teacher he was until I read Golf Fundamentals. The book was so sound and sensible that I made it almost my bible." 'Golf Magazine Interview Tour And News Bob Toski on trading a Tour career for teaching, what today's instructors do wrong.' Alan Bastable 2013. Bob Toski five-time PGA Tour winner and Hall of Fame instructor.

Download : 'BEGINNERS' guide to golf' By BOB TOSKI "At the moment of impact the left shoulder, the left arm, the hands, and the club shaft form one straight line." Publishers GROSSET & DUNLAP, INC. New York Copyright 1955 TROPHY PRODUCTS



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