Tom Watson Lessons of a Lifetime Two Discs and Booklet (2010)Discontinued in April 2014 with the launch of Tom Watson Lessons of a LIfetime II which includes these lessons. In an April 2013 survey with 1,500 buyer responses, 88% said the DVD set had improved their game, 79% rated the DVDs as excellent (and 19% as good) and 71% rated the DVDs as the best instruction program they had ever seen. DVD Chapter Titles: Disc 1 1 Definition of Terms, 2 The Grip, 3 Grip Pressure, 4 The Setup, 5 Aim & Alignment, 6 Two Methods of Aiming 7 Ball Position, 8 "The Secret", 9 Find Your Waggle, 10 The ...
Discontinued in April 2014 with the launch of Tom Watson Lessons of a LIfetime II which includes these lessons. In an April 2013 survey with 1,500 buyer responses, 88% said the DVD set had improved their game, 79% rated the DVDs as excellent (and 19% as good) and 71% rated the DVDs as the best instruction program they had ever seen. DVD Chapter Titles: Disc 1 1 Definition of Terms, 2 The Grip, 3 Grip Pressure, 4 The Setup, 5 Aim & Alignment, 6 Two Methods of Aiming 7 Ball Position, 8 "The Secret", 9 Find Your Waggle, 10 The Takeaway, 11 The Back Swing, 12 The Back Swing, a Closer Look, 13 Transition & Downswing, 14 Impact, 15 Follow Through to Finish, 16 Rhythm, 17 The Hook, 18 The Slice, 19 Low (or Punch) Shot, 20 High Shot, 21 Uneven Lies, 22 Adding Distance Disc 2 23 Recreating "The Shot", 24 Basic Chip Shot, 25 Spot Method Drill, 26 More About Chipping, 27 The High/Soft Lob, 28 Chipping Out of Heavy Rough, 29 Chipping: Uneven Lies, 30 The Basic Bunker Shot, 31 Bunker Play: Buried Lie, 32 Uphill Bunker Shot, 33 Downhill Bunker Shot, 34 Long Bunk Shot, 35 Fairway Bunker Shot, 36 Playing With Hybrids, 37 Full Swing in Review, 38 Putting, 39 Putting Drill, 40 How To Put Under Pressure, 41 Playing in the Wind: Putting, 42 Playing in the Wind: Full Shots, 43 How Can I Stop Slicing the Ball?, 44 How Can I Stop Hooking the Ball?, 45 Bruce Edwards Tribute, 46 Behind the Scenes
Tom Watson: Lessons of a Lifetime II The Tom Watson: Lessons of a Lifetime II 3-Disk DVD Pack supplements the best selling 2010 book, Tom Watson Lessons of a Lifetime with over 20 new lessons.
Tom Watson "Lesson's of a Lifetime II" DVD Set Instruction from Tom Watson, 6-Time Player of the Year! In 2010 TomWatson launched his first instructional DVD program, Tom Watson Lessons of a Lifetime. It has become one of the best selling golf instruction programs of all time having sold in over 40 countries in 5 languages. Now you can benefit from that instruction plus over 20 new 2014 lessons. 2 Fully Packed Original DVD's Plus the New 2014 Lessons The ultimate Watson learning experience, Lessons of a Lifetime is just that, lessons learned from childhood through competition, gifts from great teachers he encountered, from grip to chips shots to confident putting and effortless-looking drives, Watson's winning ways are interpreted for you by Tom Watson himself. Consistency, contact, alignment, firmness of grip, pivot points, release, rhythm and Penick's "dead aim", it's all covered in two comprehensive DVDs that will result in a series of "I get it!" moments that can only improve your game by concentrating on the positives. From playing in the wind, to hooking antidotes to fearless putting, Tom Watson has anticipated every angle, every anxiety-causing habit, and breaks it down for any golfer. These are lessons of a lifetime that you can begin to apply the next time you stand at #1 with your golfing friends. Lessons learned by Tom Watson in a legendary career, taught as though you were there with him * Named PGA Player of the Year 6 times, 1977-1980, 1982 and 1984, and trails only Tiger Woods, who has been named Player of the Year 9 times. * Won the Vardon Trophy for lowest scoring average three straight years: 1977, 1978, and 1979. * Played on four Ryder Cup teams: 1977, 1981, 1983, and 1989 and captained the victorious 1993 team. * Voted the Bob Jones Award in 1987, the highest honor given by the United States Golf Association in recognition of distinguished sportsmanship in golf. * Inducted into the World Golf Hall of Fame in 1988. * Inducted into the Stanford Athletic Hall of Fame * Won 1992 GCSAA Old Tom Morris Award * Resigned from the Kansas City Country Club in 1991 in protest to its exclusion of people of Jewish ethnicity. He subsequently rejoined after the club's acceptance of Jewish and minority members. * Became involved with golf course design in the early 1990s. * Author or co-authored several books, including Tom Watson's Strategic Golf. * Has written a golf instruction column in Golf Digest magazine since the mid-1970s. * Was ranked at the 10th greatest golfer of all time in the 2000 Golf Digest magazine list. * Is after Sam Snead, only the second Golf Professional Emeritus at The Greenbrier Resort in White Sulphur Springs, West Virginia * Is the oldest player to hold the lead after 54 holes at a major championship (2009 Open Championship at Turnberry, Scotland) * Is the oldest player to lead after any completed round at a major championship (2009 Open Championship at Turnberry, Scotland) Watson has been one of the most complete players ever to play golf, as evidenced by his competitiveness in the 2009 Open Championship at the age of 59. Standing 5 ft 9 in and weighing 160 pounds during his PGA Tour years, he achieved abundant length with accuracy, played aggressively, developed a superlative short game, and in his prime was a very skilled and confident putter. Watson is renowned as an exceptional bad-weather golfer, having displayed this gritty talent best in the difficult and sundry conditions of The Open Championship.