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Flat Arc at Bottom of Stroke Directs Club-head Squarely Against Ball

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - Coordination of Several Factors Necessary to Make This Flatness Possible Much has been said of the … Continue reading

Ruining a Good Swing

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - One of the most usual ways of ruining a good swing just before hitting the ball … Continue reading

Climactic Stage of Stroke, Just Prior to Impact

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - Player’s Legs, Midsection Exerting Sudden Wrench to Put Final Punch into Blow . . . Right … Continue reading

Hip-Turn Power Lacking

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - Figure 11 also illustrates two mistakes commonly made by the average golfer. In the first place, … Continue reading

Left Arm Taut

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - Note Figure 11, designated as correct. Observe that the hip-turn has progressed beyond the address-position, so … Continue reading

3 Means of Adding Momentum to the Swing

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - First Movement of Hitting Stroke Starts in Flips I have said that it was helpful to … Continue reading

Fault of Throwing the Clubhead

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - By showing first what ought not to be done, I am hopeful that the average golfer … Continue reading

A Critical Point in Golf Stroke

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - Change in Direction, in Backswing Blends Into Downswing Up to this point we have been concerned … Continue reading

Three Movements That Bring Club to Good Position

From: The Rights and Wrongs of Golf, by Bobby Jones, [New York?], A.G. Spalding, c1935 - At Top of Swing Demonstrates Simplicity of Wrist Action in Stroke There is a way in … Continue reading

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