New Golf Book Reveals Little Known Aspects Of The Professional Golfers Swing

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An amateur golfer made dramatic improvements to his golf swing when he discovered little known aspects of the Professional golfer's swing. A number of these secrets have never been seen in print before.

Jonathan Barrett, a 37 year old amateur golfer, has written a book called ‘Golf Swing Eureka’ (now available from that reveals how he knocked 30 shots off his average round of golf when he discovered little known aspects of the Professional golfer's swing. The discoveries that made the most impact were those he uncovered from his own study, not from conventional golf swing material.

He found that there was plenty of information available on ‘how to swing the golf club’ but little information on ‘how the golf swing really works’. After discovering how the maximum club head speed is generated by the Pros, he carried out a survey and found that only 1 in 5 golfers could identify this fact correctly. Another aspect he discovered was only known by 1% of golfers.

As his golf swing developed, he began to record the aspects that made dramatic improvements to his game. Some of these, he later came to realise, have never previously been explicitly identified.

In his book ‘Golf Swing Eureka!’ he identifies what he terms ‘Eye-Openers’ -- key moments when his understanding of the golf swing dramatically impacts his ability to swing the golf club effectively.

He also reveals what he calls a ‘Mind-Opener,’ which identifies why amateur golfers have such a hard time with the golf swing, particularly if they took up golf as an adult, rather than the Pro’s who usually learn to play golf as youngsters. He shows how to use a piece of software that helps overcome the psychological difficulties brought about when trying to take up golf later in life.

Jonathan’s book – ‘Golf Swing Eureka!’ is now available exclusively through

His book is fully illustrated with many colour images and is also supported by video clips. He also includes many very useful and free resources that he found on the internet.

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