First published in 1957, Ben Hogan's Five Lessons: The Modern Fundamentals of Golf by Hogan and sportswriter Herbert Warren Wind is one of golf's seminal tomes. While the famed study on the game is available in nearly every format imaginable, you want this one, bound in leather, and ready for years of use. To this day, Hogan's lessons on grip, body position, and swing mechanics is considered by tour pros, teaching professionals, and arm-chair viewers alike as the place to study the game. Bound by hand in bonded leather with clean black cover graphics, it's designed to age with grace and last for years — perhaps even long enough to pass it down to someone else who shares a love for the game.
128 pages / 5.2" x 8"