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How I Play Golf by Bobby Jones, No. 2: 'Chip Shots' (1931)

In this episode, the bosses hold their annual business meeting behind closed doors. The company workers eavesdrop on the meeting and believe that their jobs are at stake only to find out ... See full summary »

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In this episode, the bosses hold their annual business meeting behind closed doors. The company workers eavesdrop on the meeting and believe that their jobs are at stake only to find out that the slices and cuts discussed in the office are those that take place on the fairways. Written by Anonymous

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May 1931 (USA)  »

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Vintage How-To Still Scores High Today
20 May 2001 | by (Orange County, CA.) – See all my reviews

The Bobby Jones series, "How I Play Golf," has been a great tool for my play techniques. Although seventy years old, the series continues to pertain to today's golf methods and is as valuable as the current instructional videos being marketed. Bobby Jones' teaching style is extremely laid-back and easy to understand. Jones addresses the basic necessities of good golf: club selection, trouble-shooting, grip and swing, and overall shotmaking. He makes learning simple, and so instills confidence. The appearance of old, classic Hollywood stars makes the series even more fun and interesting, particularly the episode with Joe E. Brown. Jones is, and will always be, the world's NUMBER ONE golfer, and his instruction methods are worth more than gold for both the serious golfer, or the weekend duffer out to have a good time.


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