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GOLF MAGAZINE'S BIG BOOK OF BASICS: Your step-by-step guide to building a complete and reliable game from the ground up WITH THE TOP 100 TEACHERS IN AMERICA
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Ben Hogan's Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf
- In each chapter, a different tested fundamental is explained and demonstrated with clear illustrations, as though Hogan were giving you a personal lesson with the same skill and precision that made him a legend
- Covers grip, stance, posture, first & second part of the swing and a short summary and review
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- 109 pages Herbert Warren Wind: has been called "the best golf writer in captivity." His works include Thirty Years of Championship Golf (with Gene Sarazen), The Story of American Golf, and The Complete Golfer. Anthony Ravielli, an artist and avid golfer, used his vast knowledge of anatomy and the mechanics of human movement to show the reader the precise positions and related muscles that must be utilized to achieve success with Ben Hogan's techniques.
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What Tiger Woods Can Learn from 2020’s Major Champions
2020's Major Championship winners -- Adam Scott, Justin Rose, Phil Mickelson and Jason Dufner -- all won with humility and class, something that Tiger Woods could learn from.
Woods' underwhelming finish (T-40) at the tournament surprised many, coming on the heels of his dominating performance the week prior at the Bridgestone Invitational. Golf commentators were at a loss on Sunday evening to explain how things went so wrong for Woods at Oak Hill, and speculation continues on whether this generation's most accomplished player will ever match Jack Nicklaus' record of 18 major championship wins.
And while Woods played well in two of this year's majors - even having a chance to win on Sunday at the Masters and British Open - there's a lot that he could learn from the victors.
Most of all, how to win with humility and class.
Make no mistake, Woods has earned the right to be a little cocky and arrogant, having compiled 79 career PGA Tour wins and locked down 14 major championship trophies during his time as a professional. But none of those majors have come after his world unraveled in late 2020, with the revelation of his extra-marital affairs and eventual divorce.
Woods apologized to his fans in early 2020, and promised to show more respect for the game after being taught a valuable life's lesson in front of the entire world.
Sadly, that respect still seems to be lacking. Even now, Woods curses and mutters after each poor shot - regardless of the presence of the gallery or the TV audience. For someone with such remarkable personal discipline and athletic self-control, you can't help but wonder why he refuses to clean up his act.
It's embarrassing to everyone who witnesses it, but apparently not to Woods himself.
In contrast, all of this year's major winners are true champions - not only on the scorecard, but also in the interview room and with their on-course behavior. Australian Adam Scott, Englishman Justin Rose and Americans Phil Mickelson and Jason Dufner have all experienced very public heartache during their careers.
All handled the adversity with class that engendered a healthy dose of respect from golf fans. For that reason, this year's group of major winners are celebrated as a crop of "good guys." Their on-course behavior is exemplary and there's never been a need to tell young folks to "ignore what he just said" or did. Further, they all were quite humble in the wake of their victories, thanking parents, family and fans for their support over the years.
Professional golfers, like all professional athletes, are not necessarily the types of role models that we want to put forward for our kids. After all, they didn't necessarily ask for all the public scrutiny - but it goes along with being special, and talented.
There's a higher responsibility for those who achieve great things, whether they choose to accept it or not. For those, such as Woods, who also earn millions through the endorsement of products, the duty is even greater. If you want to "be like Tiger," then Tiger had better be someone that a kid should want to be like.
There's more to life than hitting a golf ball a long way. To be a true role model, you must also be the type of person that people would look up to.
If the next generation wants to emulate someone, I'd argue that Scott, Rose, Mickelson and Dufner are just the right examples to follow. They're champions on and off the course - something that even the great Tiger Woods could learn from.