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Right Elbow Stays In Front Of Your body

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Michael Wolf, Certified Master Teaching Professional, has been playing golf for 46 years and teaching professionally for over 34 years. He has given over 30,000 golf lessons. Author of The Driven Golfer: Building Your Method For Scratch Golf. Harvey Penick Award Winner- 2016 (Top Instructor U.S./World Golf Teachers Federation)

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Ben Hogan

Due to his machine-like accuracy, unparalleled work ethic and stoic persona on the golf course, Hogan was seen to have the “secret” to ball striking. His book, Five Lessons, contained great illustrations and his ball position chart is wonderful.

Hogan’s hands look beautiful on the grip and provide a very repeatable release. Hogan can be seen “working left” with his arms post-impact, in a move most tour pros try to employ today.

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  1. So right when you say can get more accomplished without the ball. For me, intentional practice swings are such a crucial element to a productive practice session. At the beginning, they set the tone for maintaining discipline throughout my practice time. As I work, I’ll ask myself why the ball flew the way it did and then make a few practice swings to sort it out and find the good feel. Otherwise I find myself reacting to the last ball with the next one and then I just bounce back and forth without really accomplishing anything.

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