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The 21st Century Golf Swing (The Formula for Power and Accuracy Series) [Paperback]

Danie R. Shauger
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30 Aug 2006 The Formula for Power and Accuracy Series
The latest information on a very advanced golf swing, both extremely powerful yet perfectly accurate, written by one of Americas premier golf instructors, long driving specialist Daniel Shauger. Trainer of many Long Driving Champions at the National Level. Small men with big swings, competing against giants. The book shows in, great detail, the complete motions of the body to create the perfect golf swing. Loaded with photos and sketches to get this very advanced concept across in simple to understand terms. This is the second book by Dan following his popular book How To Kill The Ball / The Mike Austin Method. There is no book of golf instruction that compares to it, with the depth of information or the simple way of communicating it to the average player. Dans teachings have improved countless golfers world wide, and their legions grow daily. This book is destined to become one of golfs treasures, influencing how the swing is made from this day forward.

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  • Paperback: 188 pages
  • Publisher: 2 Down Press Inc. (30 Aug 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0974611441
  • ISBN-13: 978-0974611440
  • Product Dimensions: 28.1 x 20.8 x 1.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 657,172 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Revolutionary 6 Jun 2010
By Jij
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Ignore everything that standard PGA pro tell you. This is a much better swing. Effortlessly powerful. I just wish you could fine someone in the UK who is willing to teach it.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Long driver - still living in hope 1 May 2012
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I found the book quite difficult to understand especially the reference to conical swing paths. There are photographs but they are not illuminating.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Senior golfer - Mr D Mann - Australia 14 Mar 2007
By Mr. D. Mann - Published on Amazon.com
Many years ago when Mike Austin was a senior long-ball champ, he gave some tips in a magazine article on "How to hit the long ball" and said he could also show a senior golfer how to speed up his pivot and his hand action and not expend any more energy than before. He maintained that a golfer does not have to swing hard to get distance also that swinging the club too hard will throw you off balance. I have Dan Shauger's first book on Mike Austin's method-"How to Kill the Ball' and his DVDs but this new book gives tremendous detail to answer any possible questions on how to execute this amazing method of striking a golf ball with power and accuracy. Even though there may appear to be repetitive descriptions in the book, read everything thoroughly to get all of the pieces in place. Anyone who properly practices the stance and moves of the body, limbs and hands as intended, must improve as I have, which is great as I am over 70 years old. I wish this book had been available 20 or 30 years ago. I now have two great golf swing instructional books, both written by Dan Shauger. I am convinced that the other books I possess on how to play golf are obsolete.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great Golf Swing - Distance and Accuracy 8 Feb 2007
By Michael Tillison - Published on Amazon.com
A great follow-on book to "How to Kill the Ball". Teaches an athletic swing with distance and accuracy that is easy on the body. Seniors will love this method. Get the books and DVDs, work on the swing and you will continually thank yourself as you hit the ball further and further and staighter with little effort. At a pro tournament last year I was amazed at the different sound their ball makes coming off their drivers at the range. I'm now generating the same sound and results with this swing! In my opinion is that Dan is the number 1 golf teacher in the world! I will be forever grateful.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars A golf book like no other. 24 Jan 2007
By Dr. SE GREEN - Published on Amazon.com
Congratultions Mr Shauger.Between this and your previous book"How to Kill The Ball",you are revolutionising the golf swing.

I am a medical doctor with an interest in biomechanics and a passion for golf.I am disillusioned with the inconsistency of the traditional golf swing .Even top professional golfers struggle to consistently hit fairways and greens.

When I discovered that Mike Austin hit the ball far further than any man in history,I researched his method.It is unique. Shauger describes this method and has added some amazingly effective refinements.

The book describes this method in great detail.My only criticism is a degree of repetition.This may be justified because of the vast difference to the traditional method.

It has now fallen into place,and a friend( with whom I'm studying this method)and myself are hitting the ball straighter and further than ever.
7 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars John Marshall 6 Feb 2009
By John Marshall - Published on Amazon.com
I am actually on the cover of this book because I won a couple of long drive titles. And the reason I won is because of what I learned from Dan. This swing is quite unconventional but it works. People have been using the conventional swing for five centuries and the average handicap in America is still 20 something. Why not try something different? This well-written book explains everything anyone would need to know about hitting a golf ball long and straight.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Content, yes; presentation, needs work 11 Sep 2007
By David DeMers - Published on Amazon.com
I'm a sucker for "new" golf instructional books. My index is 17, I play about once a month and spend an hour or two each week on the range or at home practicing.

I knocked a star off because this book could be greatly improved with some editing. There are many ungrammatical and poorly punctuated sentences, and the authors don't appear to have good insight into how to teach.

but it still gets four stars, because it works. I spent some time reading & rereading, and trying to figure out what they mean by "twirling". Got a short swing that felt ok and looked like the pictures. Took it to the course. First set of range balls were enough to convince me. I usually hit PW about 115, was dropping them just shy of the 150 flag (no wind). Hit 7 iron about 170, was hitting 3-wood 200+ on the fly. For some reason I couldn't hit driver - maybe just too long a club. But if I can get 230 out of the 3-wood, maybe I don't need a driver anymore ;-)
Went to the putting green for an hour for a break, then went out & shot 84. Of course the putting helped, but was hitting everything 10% to 20% farther than typical. Occasional fat shots which I think is due to my not quite getting "unit 3" (the body/weight shift part of the swing - different than what I'd been taught elsewhere). Most shots were long & straight. Hit 7 GIR, above my average. Only converted one but felt like I had a chance on almost every hole. 9 out of the other 11 I was right around the green (one found the hazard, another found a tree...).

Might take the advice of another reviewer & get the DVDs, though they've got mixed reviews, and see if I can really get the hang of this. Sure is fun to pull out 9 iron from 150. And felt like I could throw darts with any of the irons.
Oh, the action also puts great backspin on the ball. Hit 6 iron on a 175 yd uphill par 3 and spun it back 5 feet! Never done that before.
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