From Ben Hogan to Ron to You by Ed SehlBen Hogan would go to the Champions Golf Club in the 1960s in Houston, Texas to visit his friends Jimmy Demaret and Jackie Burke. Ron Saathoff was an Assistant Professional there and Jimmy Demaret introduced Ben Hogan to Ron. They played golf on numerous occasions. This book is based on the information that Ron Saathoff learned from Ben Hogan. Ron shared that information with the books author, Ed Sehl, a longtime PGA Teaching Professional and friend. Ed also got his friend, Randy Joyner, a young PGA Teaching Professional, to add his comments about Ben Hogan. The book contains text, still pictures, and video with commentary by Ron Saathoff, Ed Sehl, and Randy Joyner. The video of Ben Hogan, filmed in 1953, was provided by the Cano family through Billy Martin.
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One of my favorite follows on Twitter is Secret Golf. He grew up the son of a club pro instructor at a country club in Texas. Jackie developed into a great player and went on the PGA Tour in the 50s. He won four tournaments in a row in and almost made it five in a row, but finished 2nd that year at The Masters. But the club is all about golf. No tennis courts. No pools.
Hogan's wife, Valerie top left , and his brother, Royal, accompany him after the accident. No golfer wants to require a comeback. Sure, comebacks are crowd-pleasers, and often the grist of popular movies. But Tiger Woods, for example, would rather not be dealing with knee surgeries. As for the all-time category leader, Ben Hogan -- well, when late in life he advised the members of his then-fledgling Hogan Tour, "Watch out for buses," he was being appropriately droll. It would have been too rueful to say, "Watch out for comebacks," though It probably went through his mind. It has been 60 years since the Cadillac sedan carrying Hogan and his wife, Valerie, along a foggy two-lane road outside Van Horn, Tex.
And another player in the "I know Hogan's secret" is the new downloadable from SiTD - "Most Powerful Move in Golf" Now if only I can wrap my head around applying such a strange concept to my swing next time I'm practicing Jackie Burke said Ben Hogan had about secrets, I know that there are at least 3 things he has shared with me that I would consider more worthy of a 'secret' book than anything else out there. I believe this move is in such diverse and timeless proven actions as Hogan, Boros, Miller Barber, Fred Couples and some young guns out there now Want to hide this ad? Register for free today!
Jackie Burke discusses how Ben Hogan used his connection of the upper arms and legs to hit with power.
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Cleareyed and cogent, Burke spoke in his gravelly voice on the eve of the tournament about the future of golf, the failure of businesses and other topics ranging from the price of a round too high , prize money too much to the number of children playing too few. Showing no ill effects from a stroke he sustained last fall, Burke, a Texan, fired his opening shot at the overbuilding of golf, which he believes has led to a glut of courses, many of them failing. I think the game has a problem just supporting itself. Burke, who won 17 professional events, including the Masters and the P. A Championship, before retiring at the age of 33 to return to teaching, learned the game in the caddie yards at River Oaks in Houston, where his father, Jack Burke Sr.
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