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Jack Nicklaus: the Full Swing Jack Nicklaus(Author)

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Jack Nicklaus: the Full Swing

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Original name book: Jack Nicklaus: the Full Swing

Pages: Unknown

Language: English

Publisher: GOLF DIGEST INC; 2nd Printing edition (1986)

By: Jack Nicklaus(Author)

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Printable? Yes

Category - Sports & Outdoors

Bestsellers rank - 8 Rating Star

Learn the game from one of the best golfers of all time, "The Bear" won more PGA championships than any golfer ever.

Learn the game from one of the best golfers of all time, "The Bear" won more PGA championships than any golfer ever.

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Customer Reviews
  • By JGS on June 2, 2017

    Great pictorial display from the greatest player ever

  • By Thomas Barry on January 18, 2015

    Great book.. Good shape...

  • By Ward Wayne on July 6, 2014

    In 1980, U.S. President Jimmy Carter announces that the United States will boycott the Summer Olympics in Moscow and Jack Nicklaus was revamping his swing! The Full Swing explains some of his changes. Some things remained the same in his swing but he addressed problems that he felt were "an easier way to swing". I read this book several times when having problems with my full swing and the answer was in this book. I was surprised that Jack had problems releasing the club at some point (p.110) and he gives you the 5 ways he worked at it. Jack also talks about the things that plague the average player also like the "over the top" or "out to in" swing and how to resolve it. He discuss targeting and aiming the club in detail with great photos throughout the book.The "Full Swing" was overshadowed by "Golf My Way" and others but it is great book in its on right. There is some redundancy but Jack insights later in his career are invaluable.

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