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The GOLF RESEARCH ARCHIVE 2011 To 2021 - Cure To A Slice In Golf - The Left Hand Must Bear Back

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"It is commonly known as getting the wrists into the stroke. It is a combination of swing and hit, the swing coming almost wholly from the left arm and the hit from the right. A point is made in favour of the Vardon grip that it robs the right hand of a certain measure of power, thereby preventing it from becoming the dominant hand and offsetting a tendency to pull. This is a misconception." Walter J. Travis


HENRY COTTON SAYS:
"A SORT OF A SHOT BACKWARDS"

HENRY COTTON SAYS:
"THE LEFT HAND RESISTS THE HIT OF THE RIGHT"

Download : "the left hand resists the hit of the right hand." and "Seymour Dunn" By Sir Henry Cotton, Open Champion 1934, 1937, 1948. Facts And Ideas, Sport & Country. 21.1.51

THE DUNNS SAY:
"THE LEFT HAND HAS TO BEAR BACK AGAINST THE RIGHT"

Download : "So he times. The activity of the mind, concentrated in the hands, takes charge of the shot just when speed is essential to success." J. H. TAYLOR OR THE INSIDE OF A WEEK BY HAROLD BEGBIE VIII TIMING

Download : "The left hand has to bear back against the right." FUNDAMENTAL 12. Transmission of Power. Original Golf Fundamentals, Seymour Dunn of the Dunns of Musselburgh, Scotland, 1922 (page 115), 1930, 1934. Scottish Professional golfer, TICONDEROGA Golf Course and Lake Placid U. S. A.

Willie Dunn, Jr. Gave Lessons to Walter Travis

Willie Dunn, Jr. Ellis Island USGA

"Golf is said to be 90% mental game. A banker who subscribed to that theory appeared for his regular Sunday morning round with one of those chaise-longues-on-wheels so popular for lawns and terraces. "What's your caddy dragging that thing along for?" "Caddy, hell," said the banker. "He's my psychiatrist." 'The Complete Joke Book' By Seymour Dunn Illustrated by Al Ross. Stravon Publishers, New York, 1953, $2.00

WALTER J. TRAVIS SAYS:
"THIS WRIST MOVEMENT IN ITSELF IS NOT DISCERNIBLE TO THE EYES"

Download : "This wrist movement in itself is not discernible to the eyes of the onlooker" By Walter J. Travis PRACTICAL GOLF Page 39. Illustrated From Photographs New & Revised Edition Harpers & Brothers Published 1903. Copyright, 1901, By Harper & Brotherds All rights reserved, May 1901. Walter Travis Amateur Champion 1900, 1901 and 1903 British Amateur Champion 1904

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"If the right shoulder comes underneath, the right hand hits really hard, and the left hand resists it, and holds the clubhead square a fraction longer. So you must hit the ball straight. To my mind the follow through looks after itself, and is no longer important, except for photographers." Dave Thomas