Chuck Evans' swing tips, and author Phillip Young on the life of course design legend A.W. Tillinghast
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“We’ve seen tens of thousands of swings come through our school, and most of them do the same things,” says Evans, who goes on to say most golfers bend their left wrist, which is a no-no.
“Their golf swing is based on their perception of what they think they have to do. They think they have to help it in the air. The number one alignment in golf is the flat left wrist.”
Evans offers some tips and drills to help you add more power to your swing.
Also: Author Phillip Young stops by to introduce his new book, Tillinghast: Creator of Golf Courses. Rather than discuss the architect’s body of work, Young chose to take a more personal angle to his works.
“I found him to be a completely different person than anyone had ever described him before,” says Young. “I found a person who was brilliant and challenged in so many areas. It’s the first real biography of the golf course architect.”
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