Charlotte, NC (PRWEB) August 06, 2012
With summer comes the PGA Tour, where the golfing greats meet on the fairway to swing for supremacy. To help readers and other golf enthusiasts improve their swing, author and amateur golfer Curtis Elliott pens his new book, “Breakthrough in Golf: Building a Winning Golf Swing with the Hip to Hip (TM) Method” (published by Trafford Publishing).
“Breakthrough in Golf” is based upon the timeless swing wisdom of Ben Hogan, one of the greatest ball strikers in history. Elliott introduces a fresh way of thinking about players’ swings – a secret he calls "Hip to Hip".
Elliott further explains the “Hip to Hip” method:
Hip to Hip is a new breakthrough method of understanding the golf swing. It is based on the simple principle that the golf swing is only composed of three moving parts - the arms swinging, the shoulders turning and the hips turning. The bottom foundation of the shoulder turn and the whole golf swing is the proper winding and unwinding of the hips. It is simple to learn, and easy to improve through drills. And it will actually square the clubface at impact in a manner that is extremely more consistent than manipulating the clubface with your hands or wrists, which is a disaster that causes the worst kind of inconsistency.
“For the first time in your life, you will actually know what your golf swing is doing,” explains Elliott, “and you will be able to figure out your golf swing all by yourself!”
About the Author
Curtis Elliott was a member of the University of South Carolina men's golf team from 1974-1977. He has competed successfully in many amateur golf tournaments at all levels. Elliott undertook a highly intensive study of golf instructional literature in revamping his own golf swing, where he discovered the "secret" of a great golf swing based on the timeless wisdom of Ben Hogan.
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