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Natural Golf: Get a Grip on Your Game

Natural Golf: Get a Grip on Your Game (Paperback)

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'Showing you why "Natural Golf" is a valid way to consider golfing was my duty as a responsible golf professional' - John Elliott, "Golf Digest", Schools Staff. '"Natural Golf" first made news when Paul Azinger used the company's "Thing" putter to win the PGA Tour Championship in 1992' - "GolfWeek". 'The Natural Palm Grip greatly simplifies the entire golf swing and especially increases the power in the stroke at ball impact' - "Golfest" magazine. '...it was only a matter of time until the golf swing itself was scrutinized scientifically. The PGA allows eight continuing education hours for PGA professionals who attend day-long Natural Golf seminars' - "PGA Magazine". 'A stroke of genius' - "Wall Street Journal". 'After an hour of instruction, moments of magic ensued. Using the Natural grip, set up, and swing, I hit a half dozen shots higher, straighter and longer than usual. The sense of controlling a wood felt great' - Bruce Selcraig, "Men's Journal".

Sport & HobbiesSports & outdoor recreationGolf Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe Publication Date: 01/05/1997 ISBN-13: 9781570281259  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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Two of Peter Fox's passions--media and golf--are obvious in Natural Golf: Get a Grip on Your Game. It chronicles the second sports revolution he has helped incite: he was ESPN's founding executive producer.

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