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How to Perfect Your Golf Swing: Using (Anglais) Broché – 1 mai 1986

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Format: Broché
Sur les anciens conseils d'un pro, j'ai commandé ce livre en me disant qu'il y aurait 2 ou 3 trucs intéressants à apprendre.
Et là surprise, l'auteur fait redécouvrir les fondamentaux qui sont 99 % d'un swing de qualité. Plus rare, il permet de faire la différence entre les conseils essentiels et superflus.
Rien qu'en corrigeant mon stance comme indiqué, j'ai un swing beaucoup plus solide et ne reconnais pas mes trajectoires. ça vaut à mon sens plus que l'achat d'un nouveau driver ou une séance de fitting.
Si j'ai un conseil à donner, laissez tomber les articles de technique + ou -adaptés des magazines de golf qui ne conduisent qu'à bricoler des morceaux de swing.
Le livre se lit comme une méthode Assimil avec une progressivité dans l'enseigenement.
Seul bémol il n'est qu'en anglais mais pas besoin d'être bilingue pour comprendre.
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HASH(0x8d3625f4) étoiles sur 5 Possibly the best ever 6 novembre 2002
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Format: Broché
In my humble opinion based on reading perhaps 1,000 books on golf over the past 40+ years, this may be the single best golf instructional book ever written. It's short, it's clear, it's well-illustrated, and it's an approach to instruction that WORKS. As I recall, Ballard was selected as the "teacher of the decade" for the 1980's by Golf Magazine, and with good reason. His fundamental principle of "connection" is, as he says, not merely the key to golf but to any number of sports. He has identified the fundamental principle that distinguishes the great ball-strikers from the hacks and also-rans. Regardless of what they may SAY they do, or FEEL they do, Ballard has identified what the great ball-strikers really DO. I recently took some lessons at the Kapalua Golf Academy and came home thinking "That sounds just like what Jimmy Ballard was saying 20 years ago." I picked up a copy of this book and confirmed that it indeed was what Ballard was saying 20 years ago. You may need some professional guidance to confirm that you are grasping what Ballard is saying, but I'm convinced that what he is saying is pretty much the one overriding key to the golf swing. I'm astounded that this book is out of print because it deserves to live alongside of Hogan's Five Lessons and a handful of other indisputable classics.
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HASH(0x8d362a5c) étoiles sur 5 Try this drill 27 février 2002
Par Craig Davis - Publié sur Amazon.com
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If you want to test Ballard's theories, try the drill on
page 60: "Another way to get a feel for [connection] is to
hit some medium or short irons with a handkerchief under
your left shoulder. If you drop the handkerchief, you've
unplugged, or disconnected, allowing the arms to work
independently of the body." You may have seen Vijay Singh
hit practice shots with a headcover under his left arm
and wonder what he was doing. That's what he's doing.
I've played 40 years, including college golf, and have a
single digit handicap. I am 5'8", small framed, under 150
lbs. Without the big muscle approach, I'm toast. His
common misconceptions alone will help you.
This title should be put back in production. It would
eliminate a lot of human suffering.
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HASH(0x8d362a80) étoiles sur 5 Best Golf Book Ever!! By the Best Golf Instructor 16 octobre 1999
Par Dave Schlenker - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
I've read many golf books and magazine articles but not until I read Ballard's Book, did I understand the golf swing. I now can strike the ball consistently rather than occasionally hit at it. This encouraged me to get lessons from him personally. Golf is too simple now. Just ask Jim Colbert and Hal Sutton. Two perfect examples of Ballard's swing.
To some, it may appear to be an unconventional swing but it produces incredible results. Don't let anyone touch your swing that isn't at least familiar with Ballard's teachings. I have learned in a short time to hit the ball straighter and longer, dropped from an 18 hncpd to a 10, have hit as many as 15 greens in a round and have dropped at least one club for each distance. Ballard's system is particularly good for the 'non athlete', the elderly or for new golfers and children just learning the game. Ballard's "Connection" is the key to consistently good golf. I hope for golf's sake that the publishers of this put it back into print. Obviously, either they are not golfers or have never wanted to improve their game.
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HASH(0x8d362da4) étoiles sur 5 The Best golf swing book ever! 3 avril 1999
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Format: Broché
As a long time duffer and avid reader I've probably read 100 different golf books...the golfing machine, hogan's five lessons, power golf, Greg Norman, Tom Kite, etc. This simple book outshines them all. It wasn't until a friend told me about this book that I truely understood the golf swing. And yes, Virginia, it really is rather simple. Ballard ties the swing to other athletic movements such as hitting a baseball. He also stresses balance and using the "large muscles" to hit the ball. No more trying to manipulate the ball with a flick of your wrists...unless you're Cory Pavin it doesn't work. I found myself forgetting about my hands and forearms and guess what?...presto, a free release, solid contact, draw and good-bye slice. I went over the seven steps in one summer and shaved 10 strokes off my handicap. Now I'm not nervous when hitting off the first tee with onlookers waiting nearby. The best golf advice every? GET THIS BOOK, READ IT, LEARN IT, LOVE IT...I DID.
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HASH(0x8d362c0c) étoiles sur 5 Former caddie at Augusta National rates Ballard. 18 décembre 1998
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Format: Broché
As a former caddie at Augusta National, as well as other golf clubs in the U.S., I have seen a lot of golf swings. And yet, even after seeing so many, I have to say that there are basically only two types: good and bad. You can see the athleticism in a good swing, and it is beautiful to watch. Ballard's book is graceful like that; he can tell you what gives a swing "grace." As he explains and I can vouch for, a good swing results from economy of movement. That is why the book is so powerful: it focuses on a few keys to the swing. This reductionism has a psychological benefit as well: if you are not thinking about so many different ways in which the swing can go wrong, it's a lot easier to get it right. Not only that, but the book's style is equally as spare-but-powerfully-athletic as what Ballard has to say. Aside from the specifics of what he teaches, that is a rare thing to see in a golf book. Bob Jones might be impressed.
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