Golf My Way VHSGolf is a game that becomes more fun as your skills improve. I'm sure, if you really love golf as I do, you too have a strong desire to improve your game. This videocassette was designed to do just that. The entire program runs for about two hours in which time I have covered all of the important elements of ballstriking. I'm not a professional golf instructor, and, as the title indicates, this is just one man's way of approaching a game that allows for a fair amount of variety in achieving a common goal. On the ...
Every golfer has his own personal style of course, but don't you wonder what makes a champion like Jack Nicklaus? Find the answers here in this concise, no-nonsense look at how one man masterfully makes it down the fairway. Watch his every move, including detailed slow motion sequences, then put the secrets of Jack Nicklaus to work for you! Features Basic Golf Swing, The Grip, Aiming, Ball Position, The Head, Foot Action, The Takeaway, The Backswing, The Downswing, The Follow Through, and Power. Color, English Language, Approximate Running Time 38 minutes, Not Rated.
In print for over 20 years, this book gives players advice on both the physical and mental aspects of golf. From grips, swings, and fairway play to the many psychological aspects of the game, Nicklaus brings to Golf My Way the same devotion and insight that have made him golf's greatest legend.
Hailed as a classic and read everywhere golf is played, Golf My Way has sold more than 2 million copies worldwide since it was first published in 1974.Finally, Jack Nicklaus, golf's leading master, definitively covers the whole of his game through a lifetime of greatness. Golf My Way presents an all-inclusive, A-to-Z explanation of how this greatest of champions thinks about and plays the game. -New introduction, endpiece, and illustrations -Brand-new chapters discussing the changes in Nicklaus's outlook and techniques -Reflections on the differences in tournament golf today compared with when Nicklaus joined the PGA tour in 1962 -Advice on the mental elements of improved playing that are not directly related to ball-striking or shot-making