Ben Hogan's golf swing circa 1930's

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A young Ben Hogan early in his career demonstrating his slashing golf swing. On good authority this is the driving range at Augusta National Golf Club, site of The Masters. Hogan made many improvements in his swing by trial and error and some tips from other professionals throughout the 30’s and early 40’s. This was the swing that caused that occasional duck hook that he dreaded and eliminated later after WWII. He then became the ‘King of Golf’.