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"So many things are responsible for slicing, either singly or collectively, that it may take even a first-class coach some little time to put his finger on the actual seat of the trouble, and the chances are that it will take you much longer, unassisted. Don't be discouraged, however. "Genius," Carlyle, I think, says, "is simply the capacity of taking infinite pains."
It may not be amiss to here recapitulate a few of the principal causes of slicing:
- Hitting off the heel.
- Pulling the arms in.
- Improper position of the hands in gripping.
- Gripping loosely with the left hand, and tightly with the right.
- Standing too far back of the ball.
Each of these faults has already been treated fully in a previous chapter."
Reference : Walter J. Travis' book 'Practical GOLF by Walter Travis. Illustrated From Photographs. New & Revised Edition. New York and London Harper & Brothers Publishers 1903', extract from Chapter VIII General Remarks page 99. Copyright, 1901, by Harper & Brothers May 1901.
"Walter J. Travis (January 10, 1862 - July 31, 1927) was born in Maldon Australia and became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1890.
Nicknamed "The Old Man" because of his late start in the game, aged 35 - Walter Travis was the most successful amateur golfer in the U.S. during the early 1900s.
Travis won the U.S. Amateur Championship in 1900, 1901 and 1903. In 1904, he became the first foreign player to win the British Amateur Championship."
"All of us, quite like detectives, set off on our own separate paths. We develop a cure here, put it to the test to see if it holds up, develop another lead there, test this lead in turn to see if it will hold up, and so on and so on. It is not an easy job.
Perhaps the only true mystery to golf is the essential magnetism the game possesses which makes so many of us, regardless of discouragement, never quite turn in our trench coats and magnifying glasses and stop our search for the answers."
Reference : Ben Hogan's book on the 'Five Lessons, The Modern Fundamentals of Golf', Chapter 2. Copyright © by Hogan Royalty Partners, L.P. 2006.
"The most commonly asked question to me is how do you stop a slice?
Everybody seems that they slice the ball and they want a solution. Well, there are several things I tell. The first thing I look at is the grip... A lot of the time, that's the only solution that's necessary for people who slice the ball."
Reference : Tom Watson's Lessons of A Lifetime DVD, Instruction from one of Golf's Greats, Your Step by Step guide to a better game in 44 lessons. Two Disc Set & Instructional Booklet © Copyright 2010 Tom Watson Productions, tomwatson.com.
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