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Secrets Of Owning Your Swing: The Revolutionary Power3 Golf Approach

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Secrets Of Owning Your Swing - The Revolutionary Power-of-3 Golf Approach introduces you to EA Tischler system for understanding how your golf machine works. EA believes that we all have unique body types and structures, and if we understand the structure of our body mechanics we can develop a swing that we can own for a lifetime. The book also overviews the basic concepts ...more
Kindle Edition, 323 pages
Published July 27th 2011 by AuthorHouse (first published July 25th 2011)
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Jerri Morello
Apr 11, 2016 Jerri Morello rated it liked it
Too much information

How anyone can read this book and self- diagnose what biomechanical selection of 3 options covering 12 parameters of the golf swing?

The electronic book has low resolution images that are too blurry to see the nuances of hand positions. Some cartoon drawings of angles, paths and positions would be helpful and augment the verbal description. Although the biomechanical terms have been defined for the lay person, they are not intuitive. Using jargon which relies on "over", "corn
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