Ben Hogan had a swing secret, and he discovered it when he was in
hospital after the car crash in 1949. Here's proof...
On page 30 of The Stress-Free Golf Swing there's a quote from a golfer
that played with Ben Hogan in 1950. And Ben told him about a dream
he had in hospital, of a Scottish golfer performing a special swing move.
Hogan told this golfer that he was about to play with, that he was going
to use the special move when he played with him. Here is the end of the
quote on page 30 of The Stress-Free Golf Swing...
"...To shorten a long story, Hogan kept his word and proved to me that
dreams can come true. He had the most efficient swing I had ever seen,
and never once hit a bad hook shot. He was in full control of his game."
On pages 31 and 32 in The Stress-Free Golf Swing, you can see before and
after pictures of Ben Hogan's swing, and this one secret move that proves
he indeed added something to his swing after the accident that improved his ball
Look, we live in a fast paced time, and golf should be relaxing and stress-free.
But when you're fighting your golf swing, golf is certainly NOT stress-free, is it?
However, when you try The Stress-Free Golf Swing by going here, you'll finally
be able to hit the ball properly and control where it goes with ease. Here's some
other benefits you'll enjoy with this:
- You will only have one move to learn and perfect, which makes the golf swing
incredibly easy. And I bet you've never worked on this one move before.
- You won't have countless "to do" lists in your head as you swing. You can play
golf instead of playing 'golf swing'.
- You will swing with more power and control with this one move. As a result you
will hit the ball longer, straighter and more consistently than ever before.
- You'll finally have a golf swing you can trust, because it's simple and effective.
- You'll have good, consistent ball striking from one game to the next - even if you
only play once a week if you're lucky.
- You'll have a body-friendly swing. Hogan's ball striking improved the older he got,
and very soon you'll be able to do the same.
Researchers have found that engaging in golf regularly, once every month, was connected to a reduced probability of Death. Regular golfers had a much lower mortality rate (15.1%) compared to the rest of the participants who did not (24.6%). The study authors assume that the social aspect of golf is advantageous to those who may not manage to engage in an intense exercise regimen.
It is no exaggeration to say that golf appears to be more relaxed when compared to other sports, Rather than energy-draining, intensive physical activities, players traverse a vast grassy park in casual clothes. Yet in spite of the game's relaxed nature, a recent study proposes that for elderly people, playing golf on a regular basis could be a beneficial factor for overall health.
Located in McCracken, Kansas.
McCracken Golf Course first opened for play in 1922.
If you haven't had the pleasure of playing on oiled sand greens, this is your chance.
McCracken Golf Club was organized in February 1922. Bert Juvenal's pasture was selected for the location of the links. Membership dues was $3.00 a year and membership limited to 30 members. It was made with sand greens so that the upkeep and maintenance would be easier for the volunteer staff. and remains so today.
On the McCracken course you may be golfing and see wild turkeys, deer, frogs, and many types of wildlife around you. The course is built around Big Timber Creek. Presently there are a few Buffalo Wallows left by past herds from many years ago.
McCracken Golf Course is a 9 hole course that plays to a par 35 and a maximum 9-hole distance of 2,800 yards.
McCracken Country Club is a public, 9 hole sand greens course. It is all volunteer labor and they do a good job keeping it mowed and nice. The course is short, but interesting and fun. There are some challenging holes. #9 is a long, severe dogleg right with trees in the fairway. It is a tough hole to par. #3 is an island green, par 3 that is tough to hit. There are trees that affect a majority of the holes. You can usually catch the locals playing Saturday and Sunday mornings or evenings and they are a fun group. $5 for all day is a bargain. I live 200 miles away, but travel to the area a lot so I bought a $50/year membership! A real bargain! Check out their tournaments, too. A country meal is usually included!