The Anatomy of Greatness: Lessons from the Best Golf Swings in History

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Simon & Schuster
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7.7 X 9.4 X 0.8 inches | 1.3 pounds

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About the Author
Brandel Chamblee joined the Golf Channel in 2004 and is currently its lead analyst. He lives in Scottsdale, Arizona. He is the author of The Anatomy of Greatness and The Short Game: Lessons from Inside 100 Yards by the Best Golfers in History.
"Brandel Chamblee, Golf Channel's astute analyst and a former Tour pro, doesn't shy from controversy. He mercilessly criticized Tiger Woods's swing changes after Woods stopped working with coach Butch Harmon in 2003, and in 2013 wrote that the then-world No. 1 was 'a little cavalier with the rules.' Chamblee has now written a book, The Anatomy of Greatness: Lessons from the Best Golf Swings in History, that takes on the golf swing teaching establishment. . . . The concisely written volume (Chamblee said he tried to mimic the brevity of Harvey Penick's Little Red Book) is loaded with photographs."
--John Paul Newport, Wall Street Journal
"Chamblee has found his niche as the Golf Channel's resident scholar and critic . . . [and] has an artist's way with words."
--The New York Times
"One of the reasons Chamblee has become golf's best studio analyst is because he's a golf geek, but with the ability to convey piles of data in a compelling, and sometimes controversial, manner. . . . Chamblee proves to be as provocative in print as he is on TV."
"It's illuminating and it's going to be provocative--in a good way--provoking discussion. It should start debate about where teaching has been, well, moving."
--Lorne Rubenstein, SCOREGolf
Praise for Brandel Chamblee and The Anatomy of Greatness

"The Holy Grail of the swing."
--GOLF magazine