Utilizing hundreds of step-by-step photographs with analytical captions graphically illustrating how the perfect swing can be obtained, the greatest woman golfer of all time demonstrates how anyone can improve their game.
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Ben Hogan deemed Mickey Wright's swing the "finest" he ever saw. One of the giants of the early years of women's professional golf, Wright clearly and concisely demonstrates how that swing was constructed in Play Golf the Wright Way. Her dazzling chapter on the psychology of putting will shave more strokes off your game than any mechanical breakdown of putting technique.
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Descripción Taylor Publishing Company, 1993. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Nº de ref. de la librería P110878338136
Descripción Taylor Publishing Company. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. UNUSED, VERY GOOD, NOT EX-LIBRARY, shows signs of shelfwear, edgewear, 104 pages. The [lassie liiilf Primer In the lireatest Woman Golfer of All Time ft/ Step -by-step illustrated instructions on how to improve your golf game Mickey Wright's powerful golf swing was praised by everyone who saw it. Tom Watson: "It was such a joy to see her hit a golf ball: an amazing display of beautiful rhythm, unwasted power, perfect balance . . . this is one of the greatest swings in golf, man or woman." Ben Hogan: "The finest golf swing I ever saw." Herbert Warren Wind: "There has never been a better woman golfer." Now her masterpiece of golf instruction is back in print at last. "The swing's the thing" is her motto, and in this book she shows how efficiency of motion can more than compensate for a woman's relative lack of strength. "Women don't hit as hard as they can, " she says, "and you don't have to swing a heavy club to get better results." In 144 step-by-step photographs and easy-to-follow instructions, she shows how any woman can attain a swing as powerful as hers. Nº de ref. de la librería 17270