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Reviewing Ben Hogan's Work on Golfing Lessons by Jim O'Connell






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There have been several very good golfers, or for that matter great sports athletes who've been at the top of their sport and thought to be one of the best in their game. Nevertheless for all of their ability they have difficulties translating that success into a form that a novice in their niche may comprehend. That great golfer from the mid-20th century Ben Hogan seemed to be different. He not just was a master of his craft of golf but tinkered with the swing action to the level he understood each of the working components to it.

The Five Lessons of Golf Instruction published more than 60 years back remains one of the go-to publications of golf teaching. There are several novel solutions for the golf swing action, and at this time I would like to point out a number of the superb tips that golfers for any skill level can implement. This is certainly not to convey everything that is in this particular book; that is what the book is for. But I would like to show a number of the things Hogan emphasizes in the swing.

1. Gain length by NOT swinging harder. For getting more club head speed to hit the ball farther, the thought process ought to be with a progression of movements. Energy for better club speed is produced starting with the hips, then the shoulders, then the arms and ultimately both your hands. If the golfer does that from the top when it is completed properly through the downswing there is going to be a constant increase in swing tempo towards the golf ball.

2. Use of correct weight shift to counteract hitting the shot "fat". When hitting golf shots off the fairway Hogan felt the most typical problem was hitting the ground first. He felt that golfers who have this problem ought to focus on transferring their weight forward within the downswing. This would nearly ensure that the player takes a divot after playing the ball from the fairway.

3. Perfect lead-wrist location. Hogan noticed the position with the lead wrist was a major difference between superior players and hackers. Keeping the wrist in the bowed-out position toward the objective at contact enables cleaner contact, and keeps the club face de-lofted for better yardage.

4. Importance of swing plane versus swing arc. Among his final personal interviews he clarified his ideas on the swing plane. In his well-known "pane of glass" mental image, he imagines some pane of glass that lies over the shoulders and slants upward off of the ball. At no point should the club drop downward and break this fabricated sheet of glass.

5. The golf grip has to be perfect. This is an area that can't be nearly correct. Both hands must be firmly on the golf club and they must work together as one.

Perfecting a wedge can be a quicker way to making improvements is many aspects of your golf game, such as avoiding hitting the ball fat. The wedge has many purposes for your total golf game, and you should spend ample time practicing with it. Jim O'Connell is an avid golfer and writer living in Chicago.

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