The Golfing Pilgrim by Horace G. Hutchinson

“If any golfer ever reads the ‘Pilgrim’s Progress,’ it is scarcely possible for him to help regretting that John Bunyan was not a golfer. There, at hand, or beneath his feet, would have been found such wealth of allegory. Even the poor ordinary golfer, who has given names to the features of links, has seemed inspired with some small measure of his genius”
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Sam Snead’s How to Play Golf and Professional Tips on Improving Your Score (1946)

“It is true that a player can bring his score down to what is considered good golf without instruction, but he never will be able to fully enjoy the game until he has developed a certain amount of consistency.”

“The player who attempts to learn the game without instruction forms incorrect habits which are a handicap to satisfactory headway. This type of golfer prides himself on the fact that he is self-taught, little realizing that he is falling into errors that will be hard to correct when, and if, he has to see a competent instructor.”

“To teach people how to play the game of golf as well as possible is my job – and that of all professionals – but since there are golfers who do not have the time or the means to obtain individual instruction I will present, in as few words as possible, the fundamentals of golf, and will try to impress upon the golfer the simplest reasons why this or that should be done to acquire a stroke that will give the player a certain degree of satisfaction, and start him on the correct path”.

The above are a few quotes from the book “How To Play Golf by Sam Snead” published in 1946. Sam Snead breaks down the fundamentals of a proper golf swing in less than 200 pages. I personally found this book informative and an easy read. It is also a great reference book to keep in your golf library. I am glad I found this gem at a used book store!!!
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The Swingclick help golfers practice rhythm and transition with all their clubs.
The aid is strapped to the forearm and it clicks at 3 points in the golf swing.
1. Backswing
2. Impact
3. Follow-through
The click at the top of the backswing is the key. It teaches golfers to feel the correct transition point and helps create the muscle memory of this transition point. It also helps create the patience needed in your transition, which gives your club head time to get back to square.

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