The main thing is that what Hank teaches is nothing fancy, and it is completely adaptable to every student. The primary focus of his teaching is what he views as the appropriate swing plane. He does not believe the club should be swung on one plane, but on multiple planes that are parallel to the plane angle established when you address the ball. As the club gets higher in the backswing, it will move above its original angle, but it should remain parallel to it. At some point, as you turn the shoulders more, it will be the lead arm that remains parallel to the angle, while the club gets to parallel to the ground. At this point, the club should be parallel to the target line.
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Aug 07, Scott rated it liked it. Joe Guarascio rated it really liked it Mar 11, Jul 09, Lisanne marked it as to-read. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. However, with that said he seems to be advocating the shoulder turn pf the left and saying that B is wrong. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. When people comment of someone having a textbook swing, this might very well be the textbook that they are referring to.
I agree esxentials prior reviews that this book will aide the better golfer rather than a beginner or high handicapped. Anyway, I recommend the book highly. Mar 05, Joseph rated it really liked it. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. I really feel this book was a marketing sell out. There is no rule that says you have to get the club all the way back to horizontal. How would aiming more right help him find a fairway?
There is nothing unique or earth shattering in there, but Haney has a way of explaining some swing fundamentals that makes perfect sense. You buying into it and believing essentisls it is what matters most, and what will drive your success with it.
Michael Papciak rated it really liked it Jan 03, However, he does advocate a flat shoulder turn flat being comparative to a perpendicular shoulder turn.
As someone else mentioned, this is not a book about your entire game. The almost conversational tone makes the concepts a lot easier to digest. Anyone here read it? Click I Have iTunes to open it now.
The problem with a flat shoulder turn is it naturally pushes the hands away from the body. It walks you through every aspect of your swing, from grip to contact to follow-through, and shows you how to analyze ball flight to shape your shots and put the ball where you want thhe more frequently and with much more consistency.
It walks you through every aspect of your swing, from grip to contact to follow-through, and shows you how to analyze ball flight to shape your shots and put the ball where you want it more frequently and with hani more consistency. He does not believe the club should be swung on one plane, but on multiple planes that are parallel to the plane angle established when you address the ball.
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