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Dear Readers, For those of you who may not be aware of the back story of Secret In The Dirt it basically goeslike this. What follows in this free primer is a few chapters from the original book as well as the table ofcontents to give you an idea of what the balance of the book contains.
Learning to SwingLearning To SwingI was asked recently about the process of learning the golf swing and I saidthat in learning the golf swing what you do is you add, you add, and you addlittle things here, little things there.
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As many people know the dirt block is boring you can't craft anything with it and many people think it sucks but it does not it has more to it. Before you start reading the primer I just wanted to let you know that this book isn’t exactly likeany other e-book on the web.
One thing is that it is pretty well maybe not but pretty for a carpet believe or not the grass block or dirt block is the perfect carpet easy to get nice and green. All creations copyright of the creators.Minecraft is copyright Mojang AB and is not affiliated with this site. Itwas just me hitting golf balls into a lake and talking golf with a guy who became know as Cameraman.
In addition to my stories and thoughts about golf, there are also videosjust like this one called “The Move”. When there is nothing left to take awayyou will probably be pretty close to your most efficient motion and the bestthat you are going to get as far as the swinging part goes.You almost always start with a slice.
We will go into what constitutes “a swing” later.I was fortunate that my father, who was not much more than a social golferat the time did me the great service of encouraging and enabling me to playgolf while I was still quite young. I’djust hit balls while his dog Casey ran around and chased after them and he would ask me a bunch ofquestions. It caused a real storm in the golf world when it first came out and isstill a key part of the whole book.

I was lucky enough also to learn golfwhile it was still in the era of forged blades and persimmon woods. Cameraman didn’t know much about golf, but that turned out to be good because theconversations could start with basic information and then go wherever I wanted to take them fromthere.
I was aten-year-old kid in sneakers, with a matching set of Spalding Starflite ironsand woods in a plaid pencil bag, booking it around the Oak Hall par-threecourse in Niagara Falls, Ontario. Pretty soon I was talking about golfing greats Moe Norman, Ben Hogan, Lee Trevino, GeorgeKnudson and a whole bunch of other great players who I’d studied years ago when I’d learned to playgolf.
So, ifyou can’t see the video just click the download button below and get your FREE copy of Acrobat Reader9. I was a bit of a naive kid who was actuallythrilled that the Starflite balls in the cheap bin at the Oak Hall Pro shopactually matched my clubs. Since people seemed to be interested we kept making videos and as they came out peoplestarted talking about them both at YouTube and also at golf forums all over the web. After making morethan 30 videos (which have now been viewed more than a million times) and answering more than 1000questions from golfers all over the world I decided to combine both the videos and the most valuableinformation that came to light in answering all of those question into an ebook that would help peopleget better at hitting golf balls.
The difference, of course, is where I was a somewhatprivileged little twerp; Bennie was an undersized, dirt-poor 12-year-oldcaddie, taking odd cuts at a ball he would find with whatever golf clubs hecould get his hands on. If you don’t teach yourself andlearn via trial and error, you might not develop this ability to the same extentas the self taught, but nonetheless, once you run the full gamut ofpredominant shots you’re in pretty good shape. There’s always something towork on, of course, but as far as swinging the club goes, in the final analysis,you will find that like many things the “less is more” approach will give youyour best results.
So I am certain that his learning began withattempts to swing clubs that were too big and too heavy for him just likemost of the rest of us did.
In spite of the homegrown nature of what I had put together, betterplayers, teachers and even top pro’s were taking it seriously. So it is the subtraction that truly is the final step in creatinga great golf swing.The earlier in life you can start playing golf the better. The thing of this though, and why I bring it up, isthat a kid will find a way to whip that club around and hit that ball. One of those pros was Steve Elkington.Next thing you know it I’m on the phone with him and then on a plane and before you know it I’m inNew York City hitting golf balls with Elk and telling him first hand what I had learned about hitting golfballs all those years ago.

A child has a greatadvantage in learning because of something that actually begins as asignificant obstacle for them.
And,once he learns to hit it at all the next thing he’ll want to do is blast that thingstraight into next week. Steve liked the information that I was putting forward and also liked the spirit of what I wasdoing in trying to get good, credible golf information to people without a lot of fanfare and at areasonable cost. That’s when you get into gripping it really strongand start learning to hit those running hooks. I told him that I was going to be adding some chapters to the book and he said that hewould love not only be a part of those chapters, but he also wanted to help to expand the whole idea ofwhat “Secret In The Dirt” could be and what it could do for golfers.
Confronted with this unwieldy equipment and the task athand, the child will find a way to get that club head moving.
Young Bennie Hogan had, nodoubt, mastered what is generally called “the Caddie Swing” and the art ofthe rope hook before he was 15. We both agreed that the goal was toget the best information possible together and to present it to golfers in an affordable way.
When shownthe basics of a grip, with the hands generally together in some fashion, thechild will learn to “swing” the club.
It is almost certain that these formativestrokes colored his golf swing to one degree or another for the rest of his life.In fact, it was “The Caddie Swing” motion with a modification (The Secret –a cupping of the left wrist as revealed in Life Magazine published August 8,1955) that he turned to later in life when it was time to cure the hook thatplagued his game as a professional. The reason the child learns to swing isthat they are not strong enough to move the club with any great effect in anyother way. One thing is certain though, Hogan hadlearned to make a true swing at a reasonably young age. Adult beginner golfers, because they generally have the requisiteminimum strength, especially with today’s lighter than light equipment, areat a considerable disadvantage in this regard.

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