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The Hogan Way

Ben Hogan was a player whose ball-striking ability was so precise he literally wore down the grooves in the sweet spot of the club face. Of all golf professionals past and present, he had the most influence on the game’s techniques since Bobby Jones.

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Do it the successful way. The Hogan way. Ben Hogan was a player whose ball-striking ability was so precise he literally wore down the grooves in the sweet spot of the club face. Of all golf professionals past and present, he had the most influence on the game’s techniques since Bobby Jones. Acclaimed author, former golf teacher, and senior instruction editor of Golf magazine John Andrisani analyzes every aspect of Hogan’s techniques. Tapping into the talent of a shotmaking genius — the purest striker of a golf ball that ever lived — Andrisani shows how to apply the secrets of Hogan’s setup and swing to today’s technologically advanced clubs. Filled with rare photographs and illustrations that demonstrate the extra-special qualities of Hogan’s shotmaking methods, The Hogan Way is your essential handbook for playing a successful game of golf.

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1 review for The Hogan Way

  1. John Andrisani

    The drawings in Ben Hogan’s book, FIVE LESSONS: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf, show Hogan setting up in a closed-stance position, as do photos shot by Chuck Brenkus. Yet, Hogan’s co-author, Herbert Warren Wind, failed to explain how Hogan hit super-solid, super-accurate fade shots from a closed stance normally employed by players who rely most on a right-to-left draw as their most faithful shot. I wrote the book, The Hogan Way, to explain all of the missing links to Hogan’s powerful on-target shots missed in “Five Lessons.”

    — John Andrisani

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