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Vol. 1: A Swing for a Lifetime

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Some teachers believe that body action drives the golf swing; others say it’s the hands and arms. On the hands-and-arms side, the most influential instructors since the Arnold Palmer era have been Jim Flick and Bob Toski. Here, in a classic video from the 1980s, the teaching duo breaks apart the swing into its critical elements, and in memorable sequences shows how to develop a fundamentally sound swinging action: “A turn will not create a swing, but a swing will create a turn.” Enjoy this piece of golf-instruction history.

Vol. 2: Find Your Own Fundamentals
2Vol. 2: Find Your Own Fundamentals

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Vol. 2: Find Your Own Fundamentals
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Vol. 3: Driving for Distance
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Vol. 4: Sharpen Your Short Irons
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Vol. 5: Saving Par from the Sand
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Vol. 6: Putting for Profit
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Vol. 7: When the Chips Are Down
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Vol. 8: Winning Pitch Shots
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Vol. 9: Hitting the Long Shots
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Vol. 1: A Swing for a Lifetime
Vol. 2: Find Your Own Fundamentals
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Vol. 2: Find Your Own Fundamentals
Vol. 3: Driving for Distance
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Vol. 3: Driving for Distance
Vol. 4: Sharpen Your Short Irons
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Vol. 4: Sharpen Your Short Irons
Vol. 5: Saving Par from the Sand
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Vol. 5: Saving Par from the Sand
Vol. 6: Putting for Profit
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Vol. 6: Putting for Profit
Vol. 7: When the Chips Are Down
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Vol. 7: When the Chips Are Down
Vol. 8: Winning Pitch Shots
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Vol. 8: Winning Pitch Shots
Vol. 9: Hitting the Long Shots
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Vol. 9: Hitting the Long Shots