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Ben Hogan’s Modern Fundamentals of Golf, a classic of golf instruction, first ran as a series in Sports Illustrated in 1957. (He wrote it with Herbert Warren Wind.) The magazine described it this way: “The greatest golfer of our time has distilled all of his knowledge, his experience aid his perceptions into five extraordinary lessons which he believes will enable the average golfer to shoot in the 70s.
For a left-handed golfer, comprehending these great lessons does not come easy, especially when you have to swap every single detail…hitting from the wrong side of the ball is hard enough. That’s why I took the time to re-write these valuable lessons…for all the lefties out there.
Some people have emailed me asking if they could donate. Of course you can if you want to, but I will remind you that I am not the author of this work, Mr. Ben Hogan is! I'm almost positive he would appreciate these lessons being passed on for us who set up "on the wrong side of the ball."
For all you righties, you can find a copy of Hogan's original lessons here.
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