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Jack Nicklaus: Golf My Way - The Full Swing

Written in the early '70s, Golf My Way is the first of the truly modern instructionals mixing physics and kinesiology with theory and technique. The writing's a little dense, but the illustrations are quite good, and some of the mental exercises nothing less than revolutionary. If there's a caveat to Golf My Way, it's that Jack's way works for Jack's game, and may not mesh with yours. Then again, this is the book that introduced Ernie Els to golf, and look what he's done.


Arnold Palmer: Play Great Golf, Vol. 1 - Mastering the Fundamentals

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Jack Nicklaus: Golf My Way, Volume 2 - Playing the Game

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Leslie Nielsen: Bad Golf Made Easier

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Jack Nicklaus: Golf My Way - Control Shots

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The 8-Step Swing by Jim McLean

Renowned golf teacher Jim McLean's The 8-Step Swing provides a lifetime's worth of golf magazine tips compressed into an 80-minute video, which is both a blessing and a curse. On one hand, the video will overwhelm most golfers if they watch it in one sitting. Not only does McLean break the full golf swing into eight distinct steps, or checkpoints, but at each step he provides a wealth of tips, drills, and "death moves" (faults from which no golfer can recover). Trying to keep all these pointers in mind on the golf course would be impossible. But for the golfer with the patience to consume the video in small doses, McLean's advice can help piece together a fundamentally sound full golf swing. None of the tips here are unique or unconventional. The strength of McLean's video is in the breadth of traditional fundamentals covered.

As with all golf instructional videos, The 8-Step Swing will benefit best those golfers who have a good kinesthetic sense of their body and club during the swing. Those who do not should videotape themselves to see if they are following the instruction properly. Note that McLean focuses exclusively on the full golf swing in this video and doesn't examine putting or the short game. Golfers who enjoy the video may also wish to pick up McLean's book The Eight-Step Swing: A Revolutionary Golf Technique by a Pro Coach for an easier way to look up specific tips and drills. --Eugene Wei


Bobby Jones How I Play Golf - The Long Game

Legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus introduces this instructional video that reviews the lessons and pathology of Bobby Jones, the celebrated player from yesteryear. Jones has been called the greatest golfer of all time, as his game was nearly perfect. He pocketed the U.S. Open by the time he was 21 and went on to win 13 more majors, including the Grand Slam. Since the time of his illustrious feats, no one has come close to matching his record. He retired from all amateur competitions at the age of 28.

How I Play Golf delves into the archives for rare footage of Bobby Jones giving golf lessons. Jones demonstrates the fundamentals to a group of novices who watch, listen, and learn in awe. He also makes astute observations when instructing his pupils on how to drive, putt, and wedge. What makes this video so amazing is the timelessness of it. All of Jones's coaching could be applied to the modern-day game. Pay close attention, and you may just learn a thing or two about big irons, fairway woods, hand coordination, and visual modeling, from a man who mastered the game of golf. --Jeremy Storey


Ronni Diamond's Whole In One - Yoga For Golfers

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Swing: Fundamentals

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Dorf on Golf

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Golf My Way

Written in the early '70s, Golf My Way is the first of the truly modern instructionals mixing physics and kinesiology with theory and technique. The writing's a little dense, but the illustrations are quite good, and some of the mental exercises nothing less than revolutionary. If there's a caveat to Golf My Way, it's that Jack's way works for Jack's game, and may not mesh with yours. Then again, this is the book that introduced Ernie Els to golf, and look what he's done.


Complete Golf Lesson

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Jack Nicklaus: Golf My Way, Volume 1 - Hitting the Shots

Written in the early '70s, Golf My Way is the first of the truly modern instructionals mixing physics and kinesiology with theory and technique. The writing's a little dense, but the illustrations are quite good, and some of the mental exercises nothing less than revolutionary. If there's a caveat to Golf My Way, it's that Jack's way works for Jack's game, and may not mesh with yours. Then again, this is the book that introduced Ernie Els to golf, and look what he's done.


Arnold Palmer: Play Great Golf, Vol. 4 - Practice Like a Pro

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Golf: Links in Time

In this video from the History Channel, the story of golf is told in exquisite detail, from its obscure beginnings as an afternoon diversion for a few Scottish shepherds to its current position as the beloved obsession of millions. Hosted by former professional golfer and longtime broadcaster Ken Venturi, this classy presentation is marked by insightful interviews with golf historians and legends such as Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer. Earlier titans of the game, including the legendary amateur champion Bobby Jones, as well as pros Walter Hagen, Babe Didrikson Zaharias, Gene Sarazen, Byron Nelson, Ben Hogan, and Sam Snead are well represented in vintage film clips. Gorgeous photography enhances visits to golf landmarks such as St. Andrew's in Scotland and the Augusta National and Pinehurst courses in the United States. This production offers an abundance of detail, right down to historians of the game demonstrating the evolution of balls, tees, and clubs. The viewer will come away with a real understanding of how the game developed from a diversion played by eccentrics swinging clubs in cow pastures to its current status as one of the fastest-growing sports in the world. Golf: Links in Time is both intelligent and fun, and will add to anyone's understanding of the game. --Robert J. McNamara


Bobby Jones How I Play Golf - A Round of Golf

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Pilates on the Go - For Golf

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Bob Anderson's Stretching for Better Golf

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Golf-Flex: 10 Minutes a Day to Better Play

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Play Better Golf, Vol. 1: The Basics

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Golf Made Easy

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Golf Like a Pro

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Koch:Putting

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Swing: Power & Distance

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Purtzer:Iron Accuracy

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The Master System to Better Golf - Craig Stadler on the Short Game

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