Ben Hogan discovered golf as a fifteen-year-old caddie. He turned pro at seventeen, joined the tour full-time as a nineteen-year-old in 1931, and has won nine pro majors. A four-time PGA Player of the Year, he is one of only four golfers to win all four professional majors. At forty-one, he won five of six tournaments, including the Masters, U.S. Open and the British Open. Hogan died at eighty-four in 1997 in his home in Fort Worth.
This is a great book about learning the fundamentals of golf. It is well written and very descriptive with images to guide you along. Read morePublished on May 6 2012 by durandben
Ben only wrote two books that is why this book is second best.
Hogan's second book, 'The Modern Fundamentals' is almost unrecognizable compared to this book. Read more
I first bought this book in about 1975 (yes 1975) a corgi paperback edition, I learnt to play golf from it, and still refer back to it when I have a problem. Read morePublished on April 6 2001 by rgosling
I found this book to be an exceptional "how to" for basics- grip, stance, ball position, ... Read morePublished on April 6 2000 by firstname.lastname@example.org
Sorry to disagree with the other esteemed reviewers! I love this book. Not as great as his more famous "5 Fundamentals", but nonetheless still packed with valuable... Read morePublished on Dec 28 1999
"Power Golf" is an excellent driving range accessory. The book will no doubt be troublesome for the average once a month hacker whose bad habits have accumulated over... Read morePublished on Sept. 4 1999
Not Hogan's best but still some useful information. You would be better served to buy a more modern expose on the golf swing, there are plenty of good books about power out there. Read morePublished on July 10 1999