How to Feel a Real Golf Swing

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Crown Publishing Group, 1997 - Sports & Recreation - 142 pages
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Bob Toski and Davis Love, Jr., perfected a revolutionary way of bringing instinct back to the golf swing while teaching hundreds of thousands of golfers in the Golf Digest Instructional Schools they helped organize. Times Books is relaunching their bestseller How to Feel a Real Golf Swing with a fresh new look, and a new Foreword by Davis Love III, the son of Davis Love, Jr. This classic guide shows golfers of all abilities how to isolate the different parts of the golf swing in easy-to-follow drills and exercises. The authors designed every step so that golfers can learn to internalize the feeling of each part of the swing -- feel the rhythm that is right for them -- and put it all together for better results.

How to Feel a Real Golf Swing is the easiest way for golfers to develop -- on their own time, at their own pace -- a consistent and solid swing, the very basis of a good golf game.

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I have always unconsciously known that "feel" is a necessary component of prowess in any physical endeavor. I tried to impart the concept to my students-of-golf in all my teachings as a functioning ... Read full review

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About the author (1997)

Bob Toski has been called the dean of golf instruction worldwide and was the leading money winner on the tour in 1954.  He lives in Boca Raton, Florida.

Davis Love, Jr. won fourteen professional events and was also a teaching professional at Sea Island, Georgia.  

Robert Carney, an amateur golfer and former senior editor at Golf Digest, is currently Vice President of NYT Special Services.  He lives in Wilton, Connecticut.

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