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As any experienced and frustrated golfer will tell you, real improvement is a rarity--80 percent of all amateurs can't break 100. This sorry statistic reflects a faulty system of instruction, ...
As any experienced and frustrated golfer will tell you, real improvement is a rarity--80 percent of all amateurs can't break 100. This sorry statistic reflects a faulty system of instruction, and Larry Miller knows why.
From day one, students are traditionally taught to piece together their swing from countless fragments. In contrast, Miller believes there are only three "static positions" vital to the swing: the "address," "at the top," and the "finish." What goes on in between is unimportant, he says, because if you land at each point correctly, you will have done everything right along the way.
He also takes into account what others don't: the Holographic Principle of Interconnectedness, by which one can conceptually fuse the golf swing with the ball, the terrain, and the atmospheric conditions for maximum performance.
In Holographic Golf, Miller also offers positive reinforcement and visualization techniques for improving balance and accuracy. He presents unique and creative exercises, like practicing with mirrors; using your own shadow and the sounds of the course to help "flow" your swing; and "ball flinging," where the golfer imagines the ball is a magnet.
By blending the physical with the mental, Miller has created a uniquely holistic approach that is certain to appeal to all players who seek an effective alternative method for a better--and more pleasurable--golf game.
|1||The New Basics: Interconnectedness and the Three Static Positions||1|
|2||Static Position Number One: The Setup and Its Preparation||19|
|3||Static Position Number Two: At the Top||36|
|4||Static Position Number Three: The Finish and How We Arrive There||48|
|6||Shadows, Lights, and Sounds: The Extra Input Factors||64|
|8||Playing the Game Holographically||89|
|9||Farther Down the Fairways||101|
|10||Putting and the Short Game||113|