The Cure for Golf's Most Debilitating Shot
Zach Allen & Michael Mengoli
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A comprehensive treatise on golf's dreaded mishit — the shank — by the Southern California PGA’s Teacher of the Year.
This revolutionary golf primer incorporates numerous multimedia features, including:
- 29 video explanations and drills (nearly an hour of video instruction);
- interactive photo galleries and diagrams; and
- Myths — Debunking misconceptions and conflicting advice regarding shanks;
- Diagnosis — Explaining different types of shanks;
- Causes — Analyzing swing flaws causing shanks; and
- Treatment — Exploring tips, drills, and training aids for curing shanks.
It's a brand new world... and I love it!
I'm an avid golfer that periodically struggles with the sh***ks. When they strike, they ruin my confidence and sap my enthusiasm for the game. I've tried many 'solutions' over the years. Some help temporarily. Some don't. But nothing curbs sense of my frustration and helplessness.
After reading Zach's explanations and watching his videos, I was able to self-diagnose my problem. I do the rolling takeaway. I couldn't wait to test his anti-shanking drills. I raced to the range. Voilà! Within minutes I started making solid contact. So this is how the game is meant to be played!
i want to enjoy golf, but it's hard when i endanger everyone to my right. first time i've felt like i have the power to stop shanking for good.
I am an amateur golfer and “shanks" was the description of a lot of my golf game. I had a difficult time trying to correct the shank and was over-compensating. Being a frustrated golfer, I was thrilled to read Zach Allen’s book on “Shank”.
His diagrams, videos and instructions were very helpful. He has an easy and clear way of describing the reasons for shanks, and he gives many thorough explanations about solving the problem. I have found his book, “Shank” to be well worth reading.