The Shape of Golf, Plane and Simple

The Shape of Golf, Plane and Simple

by Bob Haas
     
 
The Shape of Golf, Plane and Simple reveals a blueprint for hitting the golf ball with the middle of the clubface. This book describes a technique that is very likely the best way to swing a golf club by showing how the dual arc angle sets into motion the multiple arcs in the golf swing. This book shows the angles and proper observation points and describes how the

Overview

The Shape of Golf, Plane and Simple reveals a blueprint for hitting the golf ball with the middle of the clubface. This book describes a technique that is very likely the best way to swing a golf club by showing how the dual arc angle sets into motion the multiple arcs in the golf swing. This book shows the angles and proper observation points and describes how the body, arms, and wrist work in the right sequence to create a perfect motion that achieves great success. The book describes the two points that define a perfect golf swing.
Bob Haas wrote this book based on his 20+ years as a golf instructor, his experience, and his knowledge after teaching tens of thousands of different golfers. This book sets the standard in which the swing should be observed and measured for optimum ball flight and distance for all golfers.
Although golfers have different builds and tempos, only one shape is known to reliably hit the ball with the middle of the clubface, which is the key for maintaining correct consistency and hitting the golf ball farther. Any golf swing can hit the perfectly good shots randomly, but golfers want to hit perfect shots consistently. Hitting perfect golf shots requires a specific technique that cannot be achieved consistently without this pattern.
Based on fact and logic, the information in this book should de-mystify the right shape of the golf swing. If a golfer can practice and repeat this motion, they will truly find success in ball behavior. In fact, there's a direct correlation between this shape of golf and the shape used by the best golfers on the planet.
There are more ways to swing a golf club incorrectly than there are to swing it correctly. Golf swings are chronic. Golfers have an inherent way of swinging the golf club, and they have a natural sequence of body, arms, and wrist. Identifying the natural sequence and how it influences the ball flight and changing to The Shape of Golf, Plane and Simple is the key to better ball behavior.
Bob hopes you find this short book not only informative, but also helpful in your quest for perfection.

Born in 1966 and raised in Boulder Colorado, Bob Haas has taught 20,000+ golfers at various facilities across the United States. He played his college golf at Southern Utah University, where he earned a B.S. in Business Administration. He also played on the Dakotas Tour and Prairie Tour, but his main interest has been in golf instruction, teaching all aspects of the golf game.
Bob has taught golf for over 20 years and gives daily presentations on the golf swing. He truly loves the game and has always had a strong enthusiasm for teaching. Although Bob has studied many of the great instructors, John Jacobs of England has influenced and affected his teachings more than any other instructor.
After studying golf for over 30 years, Bob found a way to observe and explain a technique to make golfers more consistently correct and to hit the ball farther. Finding the right technique has made Bob's swing much easier and the ball behavior more predictable. He wishes that he'd had this information on day 1 of his golf career, because it could have saved a lot of wasted time and energy.
Bob was blessed with the ability to demonstrate the proper swing and present it to an audience, a skill that is very rare. It's taken quite a few years to perfect. Bob has always sought out the right way to swing a golf club, and he's discovered the shape of the perfect golf swing. When used with the right set-up, Bob's instructions will help golfers hit perfect shots consistently. This gives golfers a higher success rate. He hopes you find this information not only informative, but also helpful in your quest for the rather elusive perfect swing.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781598585643
Publisher:
Dog Ear Publishing
Publication date:
03/28/2008
Pages:
56
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.15(d)

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