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Posted June 14, 2001
Title says it all. Hogan, Ballard, Leadbetter, Harmon, etc. are saying the same thing that Boomer figured out long, lonnnnnnggg before the rest ever conceived of: 'dog wagging tail' or 'connection.' To paraphrase Boomer, 'at the championship level, what separates winner from also ran is the extent that one uses his arms.' I think this statement truly captures the essence of the teaching of this original genius. Definitely a must read for anyone who owns a set a golf clubs or who is thinking about adding such wonderful clutter to his now net-less garage. So there it is readers: here is first-hand writings of the golf stud who truly was the prime mover of the mainstay of contemporary golf instruction. Like a fine barrel of wine that never runs dry, always a source of reference, if not inspiration, it belongs in every golfer's tote. At present, this book is widely recognized as one of the best instructional golf books of all time; methinks, in time, it will be given the credit that it is due: simply number one. Simply. (No I am not a part of the Boomer estate...just a serious student of the golf swing.)Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.