The Impact Zone: How to Hit Like the Pros (Hardcover)

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    A native of Carmel, California, Bobby Clampett turned professional in 1980 after one of the finest amateur careers in American golf history.  The two-time California State Amateur Champion, World Amateur Champion, and low amateur in both the 1978 U.S. Open and the 1979 Masters, Bobby was a two-time winner of the Fred Haskins Award while in college at Brigham Young University. As a member of the PGA Tour, he won the 1982 Southern Open, and in 1984 became the Tour’s youngest player to exceed $500,000 in career earnings. In 1991, he joined the CBS Sports and TNT Sports golf broadcast teams, where he continues today. He is returning to competition while pursuing his interests in golf course architecture, aviation, Bible Study, and charity work. He also is a sought-after speaker and host at corporate outings and clinics. He lives with his wife and children in Raleigh, North Carolina.
     
    Andy Brumer has written for most of golf’s major magazines, including Golf Digest, Golf Illustrated, Sports Illustrated Golf Plus, Travel and Leisure Golf, Links Magazine, Golfweek, and others.  He has been editor of Golf Tips and Petersen’s Golfing, and is the author of the book Guide to the Golf Revolution: How Technology Is Driving the Game and a forthcoming book of essays titled The Poetics of Golf. He competed on the Rutgers University golf team and presently plays to a 2 handicap.  He lives in Alhambra, California.

    "Bobby Clampett is one of the most knowledgeable golfing minds in the game."
    --Tom Lehman, 1996 British Open Champion, 2006 U.S. Ryder Cup team captain

    Impact has long been called golf's "moment of truth," and great golfers have spent countless hours working on their swings trying to upgrade their impact dynamics as the golf club approaches, contacts, then swings through the ball. For the first time, withThe Impact Zone, golfers will have a book that focuses their attention on the very same region of the swing on which professional golfers have always concentrated.
    The Impact Zone is a unique instructional guide in that everything in it either focuses on or applies to improving a golfer's understanding and execution of impact. Here, acclaimed professional golfer Bobby Clampett concludes that the overwhelming bias and convention of today's contemporary teaching environment is to value swing styles over swing dynamics, and in so doing, the overwhelming majority of golf teachers miss the boat in terms of teaching the game effectively. Ultimately this emphasis on swing style comes at the expense of helping golfers to develop sound swing dynamics, which are the real keys to consistent ball striking and better golf.
    With the help of CBS's Swing Vision high-speed camera--using images from many of the game's greatest contemporary players (including Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, John Daly, Vijay Singh, Sergio Garcia, and more)--The Impact Zone takes an unprecedented look at the most important six inches in golf, those that immediately precede, contain, and follow impact. To further demonstrate these principles, Clampett presents photos and drills that convey the five essential dynamics golfers need to produce and reproduce solid impact
    Throughout these instructional pages, Bobby Clampett--teamed with veteran golf writer Andy Brumer--relays his own personal story of straying from swing dynamics and how he found his way back. He recalls memorable stories from the Tour, blending innovative instruction with his colorful, engaging anecdotes.
    Clampett and Brumer create an essential instructional guide with clear, concise advice--on creating great swing dynamics through the impact zone--the universally acknowledged key to more consistent and better golf.

    Advance Praise for The Impact Zone

    "I had played many times against Bobby on the PGA Tour and was always impressed with his in-depth approach to the golf swing. But after working with him at CBS for several years, I have come to understand why.The Impact Zone will reveal to the golf world Bobby's unique insight as to why so many different 'styled' golf swings work. God knows my swing isn't one the named teachers are having their students copy, but it was good enough to win twenty-one PGA Tour events and the '77 PGA Championship. It's about time someone finally put in print to refute the myths about 'style of swing' and get down to the meat of the matter--impact! It's no surprise to me that Bobby was the one to get it done right!"
    --Lanny Wadkins, lead golf analyst for CBS Sports


    "It's great for all golfers that someone has finally structured an instruction book around dynamic impact. Nor does it surprise me that Bobby Clampett is the one to have done it. He is as good a student of the game as I've ever known. What's more, he was a great player in his day, and his journey as he struggled with his swing, as well as his experience as a commentator and observer of the contemporary game, qualifies him more than most as a teacher to whom all interested in improving their golf games should listen. I know I will. His unique perspective will undoubtedly have a profound impact on the golf world for years

    Specs

    ISBN 9780312354817
    Genre SPORTS & RECREATION / Golf
    Format Hardcover
    Pages 272
    Publisher Date 2007-04-03 00:00:00.0
    Publisher Thomas Dunne Books
    Copyright Year 2007
    Height 7.75 in
    Wdth 9.5 in
    Thickness 0.75 in
    Unit weight 1.4 lb
    Language English
    Subtitle How to Hit Like the Pros
    Audience General/trade
    Authors Clampett, Bobby
    Dimensions 9.3x6.7x1.1
    Country of Origin United States
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