This is a great supplement to Five Lessons, Ben Hogan’s original classic of golf instruction.
Several dozen photographs used to help Anthony Ravielli with his famous illustrations that accompanied the first book were discovered by the Hogan estate.
Leadbetter and Rubenstein make good use of the old photographs along with new illustrations by Keith Witmer, a worthy successor to Ravielli.
They then follow the Five Lessons structure to explain, refine, and update Hogan’s approach to the golf swing.
Caps off to the Hogan estate for making these pictures available, and to Rubenstein and Leadbetter for knowing how to enhance golf instruction with them.
Review Date: December 15, 2000