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"Swing Tips You Should Forget" by Jacobs and Webb

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I read the introduction and it seems like it might be a good read.  They seem to base their opinions on science.

Have you read the book and, if so, does it contradict anything you and Mike teach?

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I read the introduction and it seems like it might be a good read.  They seem to base their opinions on science.

Have you read the book and, if so, does it contradict anything you and Mike teach?


I may share my thoughts later. It's fairly thin and has large type. There are about 70 pages of content, and some of those are mostly pictures.

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