Pocketshots - Swing - Fundamentals
PocketshotsTM "Swing - Fundamentals" by D.J. Wilkinson and Steve Gould of the famous Knightsbridge Golf School, London
This first PocketshotsTM edition is brought to you by D.J. Wilkinson and Steve Gould. They have coached at the world famous Knightsbridge Golf School in London for over 35 years. The golf school was started by golfing legend Leslie King who developed the first model swing based on the best players in the world in the 1930s. Over the years they have coached lots of stars of the game such as Gary Player, Stephen Ames, Julie Inkster as well as famouse stars like Sean Connery, Des Lynam and Hugh Grant.
In this essential handy booklet they share the secrets that have helped thousands of golfers develop a sound and consistent golf swing. It contains all you need to know about establishing the fundamentals of a solid, repeatable golf swing.
- Address Position
- Pre-shot Routine
- The Correct Swing Plane
- 3 Swing Laws
- 4 Swing Positions
- Essential exercises to help you find the right swing
This edition is ideal for players who are new to the game and for established golfers who want to brush up on their fundamentals or who are struggling with any aspect of their swing.
If you fall into the latter category the chances are very high that your errors stem from a basic fault in a fundamental part of your swing which can be easily rectified using this edition.
This lesson takes you through a tried and trusted approach to building a good golf swing. The basics; grip, address position, posture, balance, tempo; are easy to learn and if learned correctly can greatly enhance the speed at which the game is mastered; increasing the enjoyment and success of the golfer.
By the end of this lesson you will have learned (or for many of you re-learned) the basics of a good golf swing. You will have the essential information you need to rehearse and then execute a decent golf shot; and will have gained the knowledge to get your swing back on track if things go awry.
Here's a few examples of the tips below:
The correct takeaway
The correct position at the top
The correct position at impact
The correct follow through