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Instruction book with a new approach

9.00am 27th September 2004 - Media - This story was updated on Sunday, October 10th, 2010

In this comprehensive swing build programme, The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing, leading golf instructor, Nick Bradley, breaks down the golf swing in a way that has never been seen before.

Bradley, 32 is a forerunner in a new generation of golf instructors and was trained under the tutelage of David Leadbetter. He has made regular TV and radio appearances and written instruction features for a number of leading golf titles.

From novice to tour pro, The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing is aimed at all golfers searching for a more consistent and powerful swing. Each law is given a dedicated chapter and includes practice drills and exercises that allow the reader to progress at their own pace. However, it is the striking images used to convey the techniques that make the book so groundbreaking. From hands being literally nailed to the grip… to x-rays revealing skeletal and muscular details at various stages of the swing, the visual metaphors have been carefully designed to be as memorable as possible.

And, it is not just the pictures that stick in the mind. The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing addresses the need for a positive psychological development too. Bradley uses quirky analogies and practical preparation tips to help cement the link between the mental and physical aspects of the game.

The quest to achieve a pure golf swing has been the source of debate amongst instructors and players for generations. The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing sets out to dispel some of the myths surrounding this complex action, combining powerful imagery with a step-by-step approach, making it a must-read and must-see for every golf-fanatic.

The 7 Laws of the Golf Swing is published by BBC Books and is on sale for £16.99 ISBN: 0563 48799,4,,18,221


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