Most golfers never improve irrespective of what they try.
You needn't be most golfers.
A Golf Swing You Can Trust is an original work by John Hoskison, a deep-thinking PGA player and teacher. Inside, John reveals how, after years of slicing, he went from the worst player on tour to the National PGA Professional Champion by using these simple techniques.
From the grip to the finish position, John coaches using humor and unique analogies to explain how the golf swing works, and how to build a swing you can trust.
"John taught himself a great technique and knows as much about the golf swing as anyone I've met." ~Nick Mitchell, Former European Tour PGA Player
"I went to John for the usual stuff; head in hands, not knowing what shot was coming next. John kept it simple… got me back enjoying my golf again." ~Mick Fitzgerald, TV Sports Presenter – Former National Hunt Jockey
"John has solid orthodox technique and is a great student of the game. He always told me 'simple is best'." ~Andrew Murray, European Tour - 1989 European Open Champion
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ABOUT John Hoskison:
John is a former European Tour member and two-time PGA Cup player v USA. He led England in the European Team Championships and was elected Surrey Professional Golf Association Captain.
In 1992, John completed the Club Professionals Grand Slam including the national title, and went on to earn a place on the European PGA Seniors Tour. In May 2008, he played in his first event in Poland.
After a year of injury, John placed third in the 2012 British Senior PGA Professional Championships.
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Best golf book ever
I have been looking for videos or lessons to give me a full picture of a golf swing. This book definitely does the job. It tells you steps to take for a good swing. Very good. I hit the ball a lot better the next day after I read it. Because it helped me to understand the golf swing better.
read this! don't be put off because it's not very long. improved my swing straight away.
Worst golf book ever?
Less than 60 pages, half of that is amateurish ramblings. Sorry, but this is a total rip off. Not a book, more an article. Not impressed. The author sounds like a nice bloke though.