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Ernest Jones' Swing The Clubhead method Paperback – May 15, 2004
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"Swing The Clubhead" is the key thought for producing a sound and repeating golf swing. -- ErnestJones.net
This book is our NUMBER ONE recommendation for players at all levels. -- golflearning.com
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Jones employed a pocketknife tied to a handkerchief to explain the feel of the proper action. Swing the hands and the knife follows. But try to apply what Jones called "leverage," fighting centrifugal force, and the knife remains still and is then "pulled" into motion.
I taught golf for several years and this was the first lesson I would convey to my students. Once the feeling of the swing was grasped I would then go on to the other fundamentals.
While other books mention the concept of generating centrifugal force in the golf swing, this is the only book I'm aware of that is devoted entirely to learning how to acquire the feeling of doing so and the importance of learning it to develop a sound and repetitive golf swing.
Follow the advice and do the drills in this book and your golf swing will improve.
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This simple and straightforward method is often overlooked by instructors today. As an instructor of the game, I feel this should be on the top of every teachers list of must-read... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Justin Stelzer
Very interesting. Different than any golf instruction book I've seen. Penick's Little Red Book has some of what E. Jones is saying here. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Amazon Customer
I found this book very helpful..a more natural way to approach golf. It complements the modern teachings of Brian Sparks, which are available on YouTube.Published 10 months ago by 65scrambler
Very infromative. enjoying reading it a gain and again.Published 13 months ago by Dr. Carvel E. Lincoln