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Is this yours:

I'm fairly sure that book isn't written by anyone at the golf evolution.


Erik said this on another thread, I believe speaking about the book you mention above... "The book is not a part of the system and was not written by Chuck, Dave, or myself. And that's all I'll say about that."
post #38 of 47

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Is this yours: http://www.amazon.com/ (URL modified - it's not ours, no, Ed.)

 

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I'm fairly sure that book isn't written by anyone at the golf evolution.


Erik said this on another thread, I believe speaking about the book you mention above... "The book is not a part of the system and was not written by Chuck, Dave, or myself. And that's all I'll say about that."
 
Correct, wasn't written by Dave, Erik or Chuck.
post #39 of 47
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It depends on what you are looking for I'd say overall Clampetts Impact Zone

I gotta get this one.  I'm hearing about it a lot lately (never had before) so I might as well find out what all the buzz is about. :)

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I gotta get this one.  I'm hearing about it a lot lately (never had before) so I might as well find out what all the buzz is about. :)

Honestly, at your level, you probably don't need it. It's a great book insofar as it get you to understand what a proper strike is but I doubt you'll find anything new. You already strike down and thru on your golf shots. 

 

Besides, he uses the wrong ball flight laws...f5_nono.gif

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Take this with a grain of salt, because I'm a high handicapper, but I really liked Dave Pelz's Putting Bible. I was killing myself on and around the greens, and that book helped me start correcting that.

 

I have all of Pelz's "bibles" and they're pretty dreary reads. Content might be good, but the layout/pictures look like books written fifty years ago. You'd think he'd get better photography/illustrations.
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Besides, he uses the wrong ball flight laws...f5_nono.gif

 

Oh no, really?

 

I like Bobby Clampett for the most part, but the entire Impact Zone book can be summed up as "move low point farther forward."

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I like Bobby Clampett for the most part, but the entire Impact Zone book can be summed up as "move low point farther forward."

Sweet.  Now I can say that I basically read it already.  Thanks!

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I scanned the thread quickly so I might have misses it, but I'm surprised nobody mentioned Harvey Penick's "Little Red Book". It had more impact on my game than anything else I've read.
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So, canadianpro, after a healthy number of responses, what are your ideas? Which do you think is the best instruction book ever?

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The Natural Golf Swing - George Knudson

Positive Impact Golf - Brian Sparks

post #47 of 47
The Natural Swing looks good. I'll throw out Tour Tempo by Novosel.

"Swing Set Through"
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