- Format: Original recording remastered, Deluxe Edition, NTSC, DVD
- Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B0042ZBDW8
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #71,547 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
Jack Nicklaus Golf My Way - DVD
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Top Customer Reviews
The lessons are, timeless, from THE absolute master of the game, the best player in the history the game, bar none. Nobody will ever come close to this man when it comes to golf. The lessons on here are spot on, he shows you the essentials of how he played the game and what made him such a great ballstriker, HIS WAY. But his ways are quite basic and he puts it out there in simple ways that will not intimidate you, but in fact makes it seem so easy to copy. He knows he had his own quirks, and he makes it OK if you have it too. You can learn a lot. I'll be using this over and over to remind myself the key points in my swing that helps me be a better player.
For the type of person who can't really visualize what Mr. Nicklaus explains in the book, the DVD would be great and may help clarify anything you read in the book.
For someone who is able to visualize what is already in the book, save your money, unless the price goes down!
An alternative to this DVD, which is a little more modern and provides a few more points of view, would be Tom Watson's Lessons of a Lifetime. I have that DVD too, and I think it provides a little more bang for the buck, but still expensive.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I went back to square No1 this 2015 season in golf. During my last golf trip I fell down a slope. Rehab. Home in my post "Golf my way" ordered from amazon. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PederL
If you're starting golf or just need a refresher, this series is for you!!!!!Published 9 months ago by josephi
This is without comparison the best instructional golf DVD I have ever ordered. Jack Nicklaus is the best!Published 12 months ago by Jarl H. Astrom
You might think it's "old school," but then so is eating, breathing and sleeping. I haven't found a substitute for any of those either.Published 14 months ago by EMC2