The second part of the German tour Pros: The first article can be found in the forum section. Marcel Siem Born 1980 Marcel turned Pro in 2000. He has won the Dunhill Championship 2004, French Open 2012, and the Trophy Hassan ll in 2013 Siem started to play golf when he was six. At 13 he decided he would put all his energy into getting onto the Pro tour-which he succeeded in doing at twenty years young. Most teachers will have thoughts on Marcel Siem's way of holding the club.
Born 1948 The swing of Christy OConnor Jnr. His uncle was the Irish legend Christy O’Connor Sr. A legend in Irish golf-ChristyO`Connor senior Christy Jr turned professional as a teenager in 1967 and made his first big impression by tying for first place with Australia’s Ian Stanley in the Martini International at Royal North Devon in 1975 – the year he made his debut in the Ryder Cup and also won the newly revived Irish Open. He had a successful professional career that spann
In the early seventies, a three-way battle for the decades best player was in progress. It seemed the golden bear, Johnny Miller, and Tom Weiskopf were fighting toe to toe every week for the honors while players of high caliber like Gary Player and Lee Trevino were holding on to their coat tails. Then along came Tom Watson. Tom Watson brought a powerful upright swing with him, which was also long, balanced, and FAST! There are so many qualities in the swing of Watson, that it
The young genius and his natural learning This film celebrates the genius of Severiano Ballesteros. Seve`s way of learning: One club (a 3 iron).
Constant tough competition against his older brothers. Making his own golf course in the sand dunes of a beach. Inventing shots wherever needed. A dreamer and a fighter It was fate that brought Seve to golf. He was a natural fighter, a brave warrior, he is badly missed. Independent and tough from a young age, even in early youth Seve
Three-time winner of the Open Sir Henry Cotton was one of the most successful and outspoken players in the history of British golf while Howard Clark was one of the best English players of the nineteen seventies and eighties. Henry Cotton in the nineteen-thirties Howard Clarke-Born 1955 in Leeds It might seem irrelevant to talk about players' movements of the past when they belong to a different age of swing evolution. Howard Clarke is not going to be thankful or in