The information you receive in 10 Lessons: The True Fundamentals of the Golf Swing has been measured and tested with the World’s Greatest Players. This book will help you every step of the way as you gain a new understanding of the golf swing and more importantly, how to apply these lessons to fix YOUR issues and YOUR game.
I believe, the fundamental movements and pieces of the Golf Swing are achievable by all golfers. I will explain and show you the details of the swing, in a way you’ve never seen. This book, will change your game in a profound way.
The typical instruction, whether it’s in person or in a Book or DVD, is often confusing, misleading, or contradictory. If you read the latest Golf Digest, you will find tips and articles in the same issue that contradict each other. If you search YouTube for tips and information, you will become so confused, you cannot even swing. There are many great YouTube videos, the problem is you have no idea which ones are good. On every driving range or golf course you will hear golfers using terms such as “I swung too fast” or “I looked up”, or “I sliced, so I need to strengthen my grip”, or “my slice is caused by an open clubface”. The fact is these terms or bromides have nothing to do with why you hit the ball poorly.
Golf instruction for years has stated the fundamentals of the swing are Grip, Alignment, Stance and Posture (Gasp). A fundamental is defined as a central or primary rule or principle on which something is based. In other words, if this were true for the golf swing, every top player would have the same grip, alignment, stance and posture. We obviously know this is not true. The grip, alignment, stance and posture are preferences or variables, NOT FUNDAMENTALS. Does that mean that some of these attachments need improvement or change? YES, because we are looking for functionality not uniformity. The grip, as an example, can be overlap, interlock, or ten-finger and it can be strong, neutral or weak. The greatest players of all time exhibit these variabilities and preferences. The most important thing is the club is placed in your hands in a way that allows your wrists to function correctly.
So what are the True Fundamentals? There are three True Fundamentals that all the greatest players of all time and lower handicap golfers have exhibited.