How to Perfect Your Golf Swing: Using Connection and the Seven Common Denominators (A Golf Digest Book)

Perfect your golf swing!

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  1. Best Golf Book Ever!! By the Best Golf Instructor I’ve read many golf books and magazine articles but not until I read Ballard’s Book, did I understand the golf swing. I now can strike the ball consistently rather than occasionally hit at it. This encouraged me to get lessons from him personally. Golf is too simple now. Just ask Jim Colbert and Hal Sutton. Two perfect examples of Ballard’s swing.To some, it may appear to be an unconventional swing but it produces incredible results. Don’t let anyone touch your swing that isn’t…

  2. Try this drill If you want to test Ballard’s theories, try the drill onpage 60: “Another way to get a feel for [connection] is tohit some medium or short irons with a handkerchief underyour left shoulder. If you drop the handkerchief, you’veunplugged, or disconnected, allowing the arms to workindependently of the body.” You may have seen Vijay Singhhit practice shots with a headcover under his left armand wonder what he was doing. That’s what he’s…

  3. Possibly the best ever In my humble opinion based on reading perhaps 1,000 books on golf over the past 40+ years, this may be the single best golf instructional book ever written. It’s short, it’s clear, it’s well-illustrated, and it’s an approach to instruction that WORKS. As I recall, Ballard was selected as the “teacher of the decade” for the 1980’s by Golf Magazine, and with good reason. His fundamental principle of “connection” is, as he says, not merely the key to golf but to any number of sports. He has…

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