13 of 13 people found the following review helpful
The book I wish I'd had 30 years ago,
By A Customer
This review is from: The Only Golf Lesson You Will Ever Need (Hardcover)This could be the definitive modern instruction manual. Having read all the famous books from Ernest Jones to Hogan to Leadbetter and a lot of others in between, there is a lot of room for confusion. This book cleared the fog for me.
Two things in the book are revelations: the body versus hands section and the discussion of the importance of the plane. I now feel for the first time in 30 years of golf that I have the comprehension framework to fix my own swing, slowly but surely, rather than trying this and trying that. Because it takes so long to get the feel for a swing change, unless you're on the right track, you can spend a whole golfing lifetime in the wilderness, going from one teacher to another, knowing you should be playing better but never really getting there.
Thanks to this book, I can confidently analyse my own swing and, more importantly, know how to fix it.
I sincerely hope this book gets the recognition it deserves.
Nick Mount Watsons Bay, Sydney, Australia