Who is the greatest golf player in history?
It is Tiger Woods.
The concept of keeping your head down during golf is one of the biggest myths in golf. Annika Sorrenstam on of the greatest ladies on golf history always looked away from the ball before impact. The problem most amateurs have is, they look up too early, therefore lifting their whole body and therefore club away from the ball, either missing it or thinning it.
David Hamilton has written: 'A history of organ transplantation' -- subject(s): Transplantation of organs, tissues, Organ transplantation, History 'Early golf at St Andrews' -- subject(s): Accounting, Equipment and supplies, Golf, History, University of St. Andrews 'Early Aberdeen golf' -- subject(s): Golf, History 'The healers' -- subject(s): History, History of Medicine, Medicine, Scotland
Jack Nicklaus has written: 'Jack Nicholas Playing Golf' 'My Fifty Most Memorable Shots in the Majors' 'My 55 ways to lower your golf score' -- subject(s): Golf 'Putting my way' -- subject(s): Putting (Golf) 'Jack Nicklaus, the full swing' -- subject(s): Swing (Golf) 'My most memorable shots in the majors' -- subject(s): Golf, Psychological aspects, Psychological aspects of Golf, Tournaments 'Hallowed Ground' -- subject(s): History, Augusta National Golf Club, Golf courses 'Jack Nicklaus' playing lessons'…