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How to Learn Golf [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Harry Hurt III

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24. August 2007
Talk to any and all golfers, be they Tour professionals or once-a-month country clubbers, and you'll hear that they want to improve their game in some way. But up until now, most expert books on golf instruction have focused only on the approach advocated by a particular teaching pro or famous player; the authors usually talk about "the golf swing" or "the putting stroke" as if there is only one way to do it -- their way. With How to Learn Golf, the first comprehensive guide to contemporary golf instruction, Harry Hurt III will help you become a better golfer by identifying what type of player you really are, and which of the several leading methods are right for you and your golfing goals.

Based on Hurt's sessions with all of America's top ten instructors, this book helps you choose between the two main types of golf instruction available -- error correction, which offers a quick fix for a specific swing flaw, and swing development, where the focus is on building the swing from top to bottom. Hurt provides illuminating detail on the most effective approaches to improving each aspect of your golf game: putting, the full swing, the short game, and the all-important mental game.

Hurt also includes a biographical listing of the best golf instructors nationwide and where their expertise lies, so you can determine who may be best suited to your needs. And if you've never sought an instructor before or you've had problems communicating with yours, there are two handy worksheets: eighteen questions you should ask your teaching pro and eighteen questions your pro should ask you.

From beginners and high handicappers to scratch players and Tiger Woods wannabes, golfers of all skill levels looking to take the next step to improving their games need only look to How to Learn Golf.


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Peter Kessler former host of "Academy Life" and "Golf Talk Live" and the Golf ChannelI've never seen a book on finding your best golf swing quite like this one, and I've read them all. Harry Hurt III exposes his unique golf wounds without shame. He understands through brutal playing failures that our collective golf dreams are the triumph of hope over experience. In his deeply researched and knowing book...Harry helps minimize our ultimate pain by streamlining the learning process. There are hundreds of ways to learn to play. Harry cuts to the chase and identifies the best ones and the best one for you. Harry doesn't want you to abandon your golf dreams -- he wants to help you make them come true. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.


The author offers a back-to-basics approach to golf instruction as he identifies the most effective ways of learning various golf strokes, find a swing that works, and determine which learning technique reflects one's own style and skills. -- Dieser Text bezieht sich auf eine vergriffene oder nicht verfügbare Ausgabe dieses Titels.

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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gets you thinking about your game 1. Mai 2002
Von Judi Griggs - Veröffentlicht auf
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Hurt doesn't simply report the advice and techniques of the top golf instructors in the United States, he walks the golfer through the process of understanding what it all means to the goler as an individual. His "questions to ask yourself" and "questions to ask an instructor" can save several times the price of the book in one outing.
Hurt is not among the "do as I say" legions. He brings his experience of qualifying for the pro tour after age 40 not to lord over ,but assist and interpret for, everyone from the Sunday dreamer to the serious low handicap player looking for a further edge.
Hurt's comfortable writing style reflects both his background as a serious journalist and passion for the game as it should be played.
We read many golf books in our home, where handicaps range from scratch to embarassing. This is one of the best across the spectrum.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great 1 of 3 mandatory for those wanting improvement 10. August 2012
Von Jon Robert - Veröffentlicht auf
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Golf instructors mean well but harm students. This is a powerful concept to grasp!
This was said during the seminar: Body Swing Connection - Titleist Performance Institute @ 2011 PGA Show, by TPI co-founders Dr. Greg Rose and Dave Phillips. (see YouTube video - very worthwhile viewing)

There are three books that form a rather complete package for someone trying to finally achieve a repeating swing and stop screwing it up. Hurt's book is one of them

#1 The Golf Swing Bible since 2006 = The Plane Truth For Golfers by Jim Hardy.
There are 2 books that present the information in 2 different fashions and/or DVD set (Library like I did) I like best The Plane Truth for Golfers Master Class: Advanced Lessons for Improving Swing Technique and Ball Control for the One- and Two-Plane Swings Get all three as this work is the new Golf swing BIBLE - PERIOD! Sorry Ben Hogan. Ben Hogan's the 5 lessons is great for a one plane swinger but will screw up a two plane swinger. The work by Jim Hardy can and will once and for all help you/stop you from screwing up your swing by realizing that there are 2 different swings with 2 movement prescriptions.

#2 The supplement to the Hardy "Bible" expands and illustrates and reveals major components and nuances = Your Perfect Swing by Jim Suttie
He reveals power sources. Turners, coilers, rotators, sliders, high swings, low swings, late releasers, early releasers, open or shut face releasers etc. Very valuable compliment to Hardy's work.

#3 How to Learn Golf by Harry Hurt, He teaches you about all those who are teaching you how to swing. What methods they are advocating and what categories all that instruction falls into. A very valuable resource for trying to sort out the instruction that appears everywhere. In the end you can focus on what you want and avoid what is not for you.
Outstanding book for a golfer set on improvement and trying to make heads or tails out of all the swing advice confusion. He took lessons from the worlds best at very high cost. But the book can also apply to books, TV and magazine "lessons"

From page 24: "No matter which approach you choose, you need to know where your instructors are coming from, which of the major methods they advocate, and the advantages and disadvantages of each. Otherwise you are likely to find yourself bouncing from one pro to another, perpetually trapped in a state of confusion and frustration as you are inundated with conflicting advice and diametrically opposite swing thoughts. No one knows better that I do after taking lessons from twenty-one teaching pros in twenty-four months. Instead of suffering the pain and confusion of running a similar instructional gauntlet, you can simply read this book."

Another helpful book is Lowdown From the Lesson Tee : Correcting 40 of Golf's Most Misunderstood Teaching Tips by David Glenz
5.0 von 5 Sternen A Great Guide to Selecting Teaching Methods 24. Mai 2014
Von MS Boy - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book teaches you how to select golf instruction from other sources. It gives an overview of the various methods for putting, short game, swinging, and thinking. It lists the various instructors associated with each method. It gives guidance on choosing a method that is right for you. It gives guidance on selecting a local instructor. So, if this is what you want, this book is great. It is well written and gives good summaries.

If you want to know if Jim McLean and David Leadbetter teach similar swings, this book will tell you. If you want to know if you should use Dave Pelz for putting guidance but not for pitching and chipping, this book will help you decide.

If you want to learn McLean's swing or Pelz's putting methods, this book doesn't address it.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen False Impressions 22. Juli 2006
Von R. Zerbo - Veröffentlicht auf
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You would think a book with a title "How to learn golf" would teach you something about how to play golf wouldn't you? Well not this one. Instead, it gives uninteresting statistics on golfers like how many people took up the game in 2000 or how many people quit the game (who cares!). Also the book tells of different ways to go about learning golf such as going to a pro or reading a book. As for myself, I chose reading a book, and unfortuanetly i chose this one. Don't buy this book!
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