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March 02, 1959 | Wally Grant
The so-called exchange of weight—to the right side when swinging back and the reverse shift to the left side before starting the club down—is widely misunderstood by golfers today. Certainly the top players do not...
February 23, 1959 | Frank Stranahan
On all shots from the chips through the irons to the woods, always try to have a little wrist action at the end of the backswing. Let me make clear that the wrist action I speak of has nothing to do with the...
September 01, 1958 | Wally Grant
Pitch shots from 10 to 50 yards out are easier to execute if you play the ball center left instead of off the right foot. Most beginners, when attempting to play this shot from the right foot, will invariably keep...
August 25, 1958 | Fred Hawkins
The legs should remain flexed at all times during the swing. On the backswing, the right leg shouldn't lock, it shouldn't even straighten. The same is true of the left leg on the forward part of the swing. There used...