Podcast: Ben Hogan's "secret", Butch Harmon's tips around the green and spice up those leftovers! Blend equal parts LPGA with Champions Tour!
Ben Hogan has been acknowledged as the greatest ball-striker ever by Jack Nicklaus but didn’t know anything about Hogan’s secret which he revealed to Life Magazine in 1955. Barry and I compare his complicated yet instructional knowledge to the simplicity of John Jacobs’ more easily comprehensible lessons for beginners.
Finally, we react to a recent blog by John Hawkins, senior writer of Golf World, who claims that the future of the Champions Tour is bleaker than that of the LPGA. Barry and I ask what harm it would cause to combine both of these tours and create a tour that just might interest the masses.
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But Hogan's "secret" also included the position of his knee through the backswing. Holding that position generated power and stability.
Returning as an honored guest to the exclusive country club where he caddied in his youth, Jack Handley remembers the summer of ’46 when he caddied for the legendary Ben Hogan. Now a respected and elderly historian, Jack recounts the love affair between a young golf pro and the daughter of the country club president, as well as a tense and dramatic golf match between Hogan and the young pro. At the end of a magical summer, the club pro will win and lose at golf and love, and the teenage caddie will learn lessons for life taught to him by one of the great gentlemen and players of the game, Ben Hogan.
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