Grip it and rip it!
Golf's newest sensation, John Daly, reveals the secret to his awesome power and shows players of all levels how to apply his winning technique to their game. Daly explains how he generates and controls his gigantic power for his extraordinary long shots and includes a chapter on his unique rapid style of play.
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How to Build a Killer Backswing
Go Ahead and Rip It
How I Hit It Short
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address position address the ball adjustment alignment amateurs angle Arnold Palmer backspin backswing turn ball at impact ball position believe Ben Hogan break close club back clubface clubshaft course Daly's distance downswing driver fairway farther feel feet finger finish follow-through Fred Couples full shots Fuzzy Zoeller golf swing golfers green hip turn hit the ball hole impact zone inches inside the target Jack Nicklaus John Daly keep knee left hand left heel left thumb loft long iron look major championship move play the ball play the shot player Plumb-bobbing pretty pull putt putter putterblade reason right foot right hand roll sand shot sand wedge Sandy Lyle setup Seve Ballesteros shaft short game shoulders square stance straight swing the club target line tee shots there's third wedge Tour upper body visualization weighted club wrists yards