The Stack and Tilt Swing: The Definitive Guide to the Swing That Is Remaking Golf Hardcover – Nov 12 2009
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About the Author
Michael Bennett and Andy Plummer have forty years of combined experience in golf instruction, and teach their "stack and tilt" swing to over twenty Tour players.
Peter Morice is a senior instruction editor at Golf Digest, and wrote the magazine's two cover stories on the Stack and Tilt Swing.
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It has THE Best troublshooting and diagnostic sections I've ever seen. I've been suffering from overdraw and the occasional hooks and It gave me lots of options to pursue with complete explanation. If you're a thinker like me this is gold! I just don't want to hear the fix, I want to understand it too.
The stack and tilt methodology works great for me too. In fact, after reading the book I realise I was doing a lot of what they prescribe already. I've had some of my best ball striking days using it. Especially with the lower irons. I have noticed my contact quality has greatly improved as I rarely hit it fat now.
In short, even if you decide S&T is not for you, the book is worth it for the troubleshooting section alone! That and I think the centered swing tips will help everybody with iron play.
If you're looking to try S&T, this book is a must. If you aren't, this book is worth it if you're a student of the game. It does a very good job of explaining cause and effect, a lot better than other instructional books which are end up being a collection of tips. Even if you have no intention of changing your swing, it will enhance your knowledge of what goes on in a golf swing. I enjoyed reading it, and still refer to it even if I don't use the method.