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The Impact Zone: Mastering Golf's Moment of Truth

Clampett, Bobby; Brumer, Andy

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ISBN 10: 0312354819 / ISBN 13: 9780312354817
Editorial: Thomas Dunne Books, 2007
Condición: Collectible; Very Good Encuadernación de tapa dura
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Título: The Impact Zone: Mastering Golf's Moment of ...

Editorial: Thomas Dunne Books

Año de publicación: 2007

Encuadernación: Hard Cover

Condición del libro:Collectible; Very Good

Condición de la sobrecubierta: Very Good

Ejemplar firmado: Signed by Author

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"I had played many times against Bobby on the PGA Tour and was always impressed with his in-depth approach to the golf swing. But after working with him at CBS for several years, I have come to understand why. The Impact Zone will reveal to the golf world Bobby's unique insight as to why so many different 'styled' golf swings work. God knows my swing isn't one the named teachers are having their students copy, but it was good enough to win twenty-one PGA Tour events and the '77 PGA Championship. It's about time someone finally put in print to refute the myths about 'style of swing' and get down to the meat of the matter--impact! It's no surprise to me that Bobby was the one to get it done right!" --Lanny Wadkins, lead golf analyst for CBS Sports"It's great for all golfers that someone has finally structured an instruction book around dynamic impact. Nor does it surprise me that Bobby Clampett is the one to have done it. He is as good a student of the game as I've ever known. What's more, he was a great player in his day, and his journey as he struggled with his swing, as well as his experience as a commentator and observer of the contemporary game, qualifies him more than most as a teacher to whom all interested in improving their golf games should listen. I know I will. His unique perspective will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the golf world for years to come." --Johnny Miller, lead golf analyst for NBC Sports and author of I Call the Shots"Back when we were both in college, Bobby was a boy genius in golf. For fifteen years as his colleague at CBS, I have continued to be amazed by his comprehensive knowledge of the golf swing. He remains as erudite about the technical nuances of the game as anyone on the planet, and I am thrilled he is now sharing his expertise with the rest of the world!" --Jim Nantz, CBS Sports golf anchor"Bobby Clampett is a true and loyal friend as well as one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game. He has always known that the strike is what matters most. What the swing looks like is really of no concern; the quality of the impact between club and ball is the heart of the matter." --Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion and 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team captain I had played many times against Bobby on the PGA Tour and was always impressed with his in-depth approach to the golf swing. But after working with him at CBS for several years, I have come to understand why. The Impact Zone will reveal to the golf world Bobby's unique insight as to why so many different styled' golf swings work. God knows my swing isn't one the named teachers are having their students copy, but it was good enough to win twenty-one PGA Tour events and the '77 PGA Championship. It's about time someone finally put in print to refute the myths about style of swing' and get down to the meat of the matter--impact! It's no surprise to me that Bobby was the one to get it done right! Lanny Wadkins, lead golf analyst for CBS Sports It's great for all golfers that someone has finally structured an instruction book around dynamic impact. Nor does it surprise me that Bobby Clampett is the one to have done it. He is as good a student of the game as I've ever known. What's more, he was a great player in his day, and his journey as he struggled with his swing, as well as his experience as a commentator and observer of the contemporary game, qualifies him more than most as a teacher to whom all interested in improving their golf games should listen. I know I will. His unique perspective will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the golf world for years to come. Johnny Miller, lead golf analyst for NBC Sports and author of I Call the Shots Back when we were both in college, Bobby was a boy genius in golf. For fifteen years as his colleague at CBS, I have continued to be amazed by his comprehensive knowledge of the golf swing. He remains as erudite about the technical nuances of the game as anyone on the planet, and I am thrilled he is now sharing his expertise with the rest of the world! Jim Nantz, CBS Sports golf anchor Bobby Clampett is a true and loyal friend as well as one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game. He has always known that the strike is what matters most. What the swing looks like is really of no concern; the quality of the impact between club and ball is the heart of the matter. Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion and 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team captain" I had played many times against Bobby on the PGA Tour and was always impressed with his in-depth approach to the golf swing. But after working with him at CBS for several years, I have come to understand why. "The Impact Zone" will reveal to the golf world Bobby's unique insight as to why so many different styled' golf swings work. God knows my swing isn't one the named teachers are having their students copy, but it was good enough to win twenty-one PGA Tour events and the '77 PGA Championship. It's about time someone finally put in print to refute the myths about style of swing' and get down to the meat of the matter--impact! It's no surprise to me that Bobby was the one to get it done right! "Lanny Wadkins, lead golf analyst for CBS Sports" It's great for all golfers that someone has finally structured an instruction book around dynamic impact. Nor does it surprise me that Bobby Clampett is the one to have done it. He is as good a student of the game as I've ever known. What's more, he was a great player in his day, and his journey as he struggled with his swing, as well as his experience as a commentator and observer of the contemporary game, qualifies him more than most as a teacher to whom all interested in improving their golf games should listen. I know I will. His unique perspective will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the golf world for years to come. "Johnny Miller, lead golf analyst for NBC Sports and author of I Call the Shots" Back when we were both in college, Bobby was a boy genius in golf. For fifteen years as his colleague at CBS, I have continued to be amazed by his comprehensive knowledge of the golf swing. He remains as erudite about the technical nuances of the game as anyone on the planet, and I am thrilled he is now sharing his expertise with the rest of the world! "Jim Nantz, CBS Sports golf anchor" Bobby Clampett is a true and loyal friend as well as one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game. He has always known that the strike is what matters most. What the swing looks like is really of no concern; the quality of the impact between club and ball is the heart of the matter. "Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion and 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team captain"" Advance Praise for "The Impact Zone" "I had played many times against Bobby on the PGA Tour and was always impressed with his in-depth approach to the golf swing. But after working with him at CBS for several years, I have come to understand why. "The Impact Zone" will reveal to the golf world Bobby's unique insight as to why so many different 'styled' golf swings work. God knows my swing isn't one the named teachers are having their students copy, but it was good enough to win twenty-one PGA Tour events and the '77 PGA Championship. It's about time someone finally put in print to refute the myths about 'style of swing' and get down to the meat of the matter--impact! It's no surprise to me that Bobby was the one to get it done right!"--Lanny Wadkins, lead golf analyst for CBS Sports "It's great for all golfers that someone has finally structured an instruction book around dynamic impact. Nor does it surprise me that Bobby Clampett is the one to have done it. He is as good a student of the game as I've ever known. What's more, he was a great player in his day, and his journey as he struggled with his swing, as well as his experience as a commentator and observer of the contemporary game, qualifies him more than most as a teacher to whom all interested in improving their golf games should listen. I know I will. His unique perspective will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the golf world for years to come." --Johnny Miller, lead golf analyst for NBC Sports and author of "I Call the Shots" "Back when we were both in college, Bobby was a boy genius in golf. For fifteen years as his colleague at CBS, I have continued to be amazed by his comprehensive knowledge of the golf swing. He remains as erudite about the technical nuances of the game as anyone on the planet, and I am thrilled he is now sharing his expertise with the rest of the world!" --Jim Nantz, CBS Sports golf anchor "Bobby Clampett is a true and loyal friend as well as one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game. He has always known that the strike is what matters most. What the swing looks like is really of no concern; the quality of the impact between club and ball is the heart of the matter."--Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion and 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team captain

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