As described by the great man himself. If you are under 40 yrs old, you may never have seen this. The same fundamentals Hogan describes are still used by many of the worlds top players.
I'm a self employed computer programmer. My wife of one year is what I would describe as quite good looking, gets frequent whistles in the street anyway. And lastly I have owned my own house for the last 7 years and I drive a 100 series GXL Landcruiser with limited edition interior. Could you have been more off the mark? LOL
loosen the fuck up you old fart
poetry in motion
i thought it was hilarious, keep up the good work
Very very easy to understand. It looks easy but lots of amateurs don't know this.
Great presenter as well as great sportsman.
Mind…..As a matter of fact Ben…we dont mind at all…please do, please do…
I never get sick of that swing…
think of separation. The left hip from the left arm at the start of the downswing. Left arm resistance gets you in the slot and avoids casting. Think of left hip moving toward the target and the left arm trying to go the other way.
is this a baseball swing anyone?looks very much like one.just trying to get a image in my mind so i can mimic this.
what a gent if you don't mind ill demonstrate why would any one mind advice from the great ben hogan
Are you kidding? Do I mind? Feel free to show how to hit every club in your bag. lol
Back then people had manners and were gentlemen, lol
and to think the man came back from a serious car accident , and swing like this
the best lower body movement through the hitting area i've ever seen
Great to watch while practicing at the beginning of the season!!!!! Thanks Mr. Hogan!
Poetry in motion.
This video just shows how his statement that to hit good golf shots one must take every instinct they have and reverse it rings absolutely true.
The full shoulder turn and width in his back swing are due to by pulling his right scapula in towards his spine while gently moving onto his left leg, vs pushing his left shoulder down and around while reaching backwards with his arms.
He moves his hips toward the target but keeps the center of his chest and head behind the ball vs letting them follow the hips toward the target.
His obliques pull his core around instead of throwing his right shoulder over the top.
His arms are passive which keeps the club on plane and allows for lag instead of throwing his hands at the ball, going over the top and casting.
The entire swing is the reverse of what the average person will do when they pick up a golf club and try to hit a ball.
Breathtaking swing from one of the alltime great players and teachers of thegame. Poetry in motion, indeed!
You people hae got to be kidding me this is not ben hogan and not advice from him you can clearly tell dont waste your time watching this if you think its actually ben hogan
Just got back into golf after 8 years away from the game and by chance came across this great lesson from Mr. Hogan. For the first time in my life I am hitting the ball like I want. Hit the driving range for a few weeks and played a 9 hole course yesterday. WOW this really improved my game tenfold. No more wicked slice and i'm hitting my irons better than ever. For the first time bogeys outnumbered doubles and triples and I parred two holes in a row!. It's hard to believe such a simple and short lesson could make such a difference. All I can say is thank you Mr. Hogan for the lesson and all you contributed to this great game of golf.
Mr. Hogan has that ball in the middle of his stance what club is that
Not until today, I realize that this tip is the most important thing of golf swing.
Finally, I learned a lot from this after watching so many times. Thank you so much.
Ben… If you don't mind I am going to keep watching this video over and over for the rest of my life to hopefully one day get a 10th of your smoothness… Every golfer that ever played this sport should thank you for this video… It is truly sublime… Thank you, thank you
Poetry in motion from the best ball striker ever.
How does anyone thumbs down this?
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