Classic Golf Book Features Flat Wrist

This book is so awesome it will melt your face right off, wicked witch style, part 2
This is a picture of The Square-To-Square Swing, a book that was written back in 1970. It’s hard to find now since it’s been long out of print, but I was lucky enough to find it at my local library. So what’s so great about this book? It shows that golf professionals have recognized for nearly half a century now the great advantages that the flat wrist offers golfers. It teaches how to stay square and hit more accurately and more powerfully using the flat-wristed technique.

I don’t know what’s become of the authors in this book, but in a way, the device we’ve invented is a realization of their dream. This is not to say that we have invented the flat wrist. On the contrary, this book shows that it’s a technique that’s always had respect from the golfing community. What we’re doing is taking this time honored technique to the next level, by making it accessible to the average golfer.

It’s getting harder and harder to find The Square-To-Square Swing, but it’s worth a search online. Or perhaps you’ll be lucky like I was, and find it at your local library.