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Five Lessons The Modern Fundamentals Of Golf - Ben Hogan Signed

He was called Bantam Ben, The Hawk and the Wee Iceman.  Jack Nicklaus called him the best ball striker that ever lived.  He won 64 tournaments including all four majors.  He survived a horrific automobile accident to come back and win majors, when some doctors thought he would never walk again.  He was a private, complex, forbidding character.  Jimmy Demaret, when asked if the taciturn Hogan ever spoke to him on a golf course replied, "He talks to me on every hole"  Asked what Hogan talked about, the colorful Demaret, himself a double Master winner, responded..."He says, you're away".  The Five Lesson, a collaboration between Hogan, famed golf writer Herbert Warren Wind and famed illustrator Anthony Ravielly, is the most popular golf book every written, and a must for any golf collector.  Obtained from a five star bookstores specializing in golf memorabilia. 


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