GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE 2011 - 2022 - Cure To A Slice Good Golf At Impact OGF12 Left Hand Must Bear Back

"There must be some reason for so much bad golf, and intelligent people's inability to knock a stationary ball in a straight line. It is not lack of enthusiasm, as every golfer - and his wife - knows. There must be something that all professionals do, which they are unable to pass on." Dr. H. A. MURRAY, M.D.


THE GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE
2011 - 2022


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Google Labs' Ngram Viewer snap of the wrists 1800 - 2019



DRIVE
HENRY COTTON
DELAYED ACTION OF THE WRISTS


PLAYERS CIGARETTES HENRY COTTON DRIVE

GOLF A SERIES OF 25 HENRY COTTON DRIVE DRIVE HERY COTTON DELAYED ACTION OF THE WRISTS SNAP

IN THE SWING
WITH SNAP

Download : "The snap is scarcely perceptible to the eye, but the swish of it is readily recognized by the ear. In the swing with snap it is confined to a very small arc too rapid, so far, for photography to seize. The feeling of the snap is, perhaps, the best guide to it." Golf Illustrated & Outdoor 'BRAID OR VARDON, WHICH?' By R. STANLEY WEIR America 1915 August Vol. 3, Issue 5, pgs. 33-34


Upon the wrists devolves the main burden Walter J. Travis 1903


that gives them the extra snap.' In 1939 he became first assistant to Henry Cotton at Ashridge Golf Club

Download : "'As I said a few minutes ago, you won't be able to see this happen when it's done by a good player." 'RABBIT INTO TIGER' Can a novice be transformed into a low handicap golfer in two years? by Tom Haliburton England and Ryder Cup golfer, Professional at Wentworth Golf Club. XIX Strength or rhythm First published 1964 Printed in Great Britain


"A desirable instantaneous mental impression at contact has been described as "giving the ball the back of the left hand". I prefer to think of it as "giving the ball the front of the right", which is very much the same thing. It is really a different mental conception of a similar physical action. It all sounds very involved and profound, but think about it." "E. R. W." 1947




"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


TIMING
BY ALEX SMITH 1907

The Snap of the Wrists The Throw of the Club 1907

"I used the word "unleash" to describe the uncocking of the wrists because you must learn that the wrists do not roll. Instead, they come through with more of a whipping action, with the hands returning to the same position they had at the address of the ball. That is the only position for the hands if the club face is to meet the ball squarely." Sam Snead



Download : "If you can recognize its symbolic value and your complex motives for playing it, this may help you to overcome the problems you face and revive your flagging passion for golf when all seems lost. Good luck with your psycho-golf. WILLY PASINI" 'Psycho Golf WINNING THE MIND GAME' At the moment that you hit the ball Page 100-101. Dr Willy Pasini First published in France in 1988 © Editions Robert Laffont S.A., Paris 1988