If any book can teach the game of golf this is hard to beat. It is all based on one simple principle -swing the club hard....

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SWINGING INTO GOLF

If any book can teach the game of golf this is hard to beat. It is all based on one simple principle -swing the club hard. There is logic and sound teaching back of that principle; the great players are those naturally coordinated individuals whose movements flow through, strong and smooth. Display the book now when people are worried over their games; they forget over the, winter how bad they are and are always appalled when they start out in the spring. The chapter headings will intrigue them -- show the book open at the Table of Contents in your window; call their attention to them inside the shop, -- Accuracy, Rhythm, The Mental Side, Adding to the Confusion, etc. The authors are ""naturals."" Ernest Jones is professional at the Women's National Golf and Tennis Club on Long Island, and Innis Brown was Managing Editor of The American Golfer and a sports writer.

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 15, 1937