Anatomy of the Perfect Golf Swing is a black and white book designed that golfers, from beginners to to professionals to instructors can actually improve their performances by understanding five simple principles of how the body really works. It was written for two reasons. First one was for the health of golfers and the second was for the health of golf instructions. This easy-reading, splendidly illustrated guide not only shows readers the muscles, bones, joints and ligaments that are used in the proper sequence in the swing, but also comes with a complete set of photographs, demonstrating each exercise as you go along plus the synthesizing of the swing at the end. The perfect application of these principles is the surest way to playing better golf immediately and permanently.
The golf swing as described herein is for the right handed player. Left handed players should do the reverse. TIP: Left handed players should try playing from the right side since it is the muscles on the left side that create the power. The reason is that those muscles are usually already stronger. Right handed players should also consider playing from the left side for the very same reason, The golf swing is the same for male or female, short or tall, thin or stout and young or old.
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About the Author
Glennon E. Bazzle has been a Level III certified, licensed and insured teaching professional with the United States Golf Teachers Federation since1995. He is founder and CEO of Global Golf Institute, LLC, an organization created to educate, assist and improve golfers of all ages, beginners to advanced, around the world.
Bazzle, a New Orleans, LA native is a nationally known and is a respected veteran Master Masseur and Certified Fitness Instructor who has been practicing since 1961. He brings his extensive experience to teaching the relationship between the anatomical structure of the body and the perfect golf swing.
He has practiced the relaxing and healing art of massage at some of the most prestigious hotels/resorts and country clubs across the United States. Such as: Rancho La Costa Hotel & Resort, Carlsbad, CA; Palms Aires Health Spa in Fort Lauderdale, FL; the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas, NV; Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA; Algonquin Hotel in New York, NY and the Regency Hotel & Spa in Miami Beach, FL. This is where he beagn developing his method of swinging a golf club. In preparation for his impressive career in massage, he studied and trained at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA, the Swedish Institute of Massage in New York, NY and the American School of Holistic Massage in West Palm Beach, FL.
Making the connective transition from massage to golf was a natural nexus for Glennon, primarily because of his intrinsic love of the sport of golf. "Anatomy of the Perfect Golf Swing" is in its sixth printing and is also available in Spanish, Japanese and Chinese. He has been sharing his new dynamic teaching method with corporate and organizational groups in popular and exciting seminars and speaking engagements.