The author, Larry Miller, is a Louisiana teaching pro who, as a young man, briefly took a crack at the PGA Tour. In so doing, he sought swing advice from the great Tommy Bolt, a much-admired player who won, among other things, the 1958 U.S. Open. Bolt granted Miller’s wish and, in coaching him, passed along the swing insights he had gained from his personal encounters with Hogan. Hogan, who helped Bolt turn the corner and become the champion he was, conveyed to Bolt the real secret, with the admonition that he keep it under his hat until he found, in Bolt’s words, “a worthy and trusted protégé.”
In Ben Hogan’s Secret Fundamental, Miller lifts the veil. The secret, he claims, is actually twofold. The first element—we’ll merely hint at it—has to do with swing geometry. Lines, angles and directions. The second regards a principle for strengthening the body that will improve your capacity to swing the club faster, better and with more control.
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