In his new book Richard Lyon, a former AAA-grade PGA Professional, teaches the reader a simpler way of improving the golf swing by using the right side of the body.
Focus is shifted from attempting to copy the pure swings of golfers like Adam Scott and Louis Oosthuizen, who spend tireless hours working on their game.
Golf: The Right way to Swing puts emphasis on keeping a simple swing, comparing the acting of hitting a ball to running down a flight of steps or catching a ball while moving.
Lyon (like Tom Watson) believes that golf is a right-hand game and bases his instruction on putting that half of the body to good use. Getting the correct control and power out of the right side is crucial and this book enables the regular golfer to do so.
Using plenty of stories and examples, Lyon walks the everyday golfer through the steps that will incorporate the right side of the body into the golf swing without taking a world of time.
Through simple exercises, such as skimming a pebble across water, Lyon teaches the reader to make full use of the right side of the body and improve the control and power generated in a swing.
Digital copies are available at Zero Nonsense Golf for R90/unit.