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Ben Hogan on our practice range in 1963.

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Ben Hogan signing autographs in 1952 at a charity event at our club. 

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Imho, you lose some important frames between A6 and A8, but I guess if you can interpolate and take enough swings, you'll get those frames. A man ahead of his time, Ben Doyle? 10 fps, kids today be all like pffffft! How did you manage? Wonder how much was its retail price back then.

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It hurts just seeing this. No way I'm getting into this position. This is like, the anti-GG/David Duval.

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11 hours ago, nevets88 said:

Fred Couple's cupped wrist. 

 

This was my first favorite player back when my dad and I were first getting into golf.  He was a really bad example for new golfers. His swing was so chill and hit the ball for some distance. Then my dad and I would go hack the shit out of the local baseball field and think wtf, Freddie makes it look so simple 😂 should have known then I’d be in for a lifetime of frustration. We got started around 1992. You’d think I’d be a lot better by now 😤

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