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The Master Key to Success at Golf, first published in 1962, is a classic teaching guide for improving your golf skills. Author Leslie King began a long-term study of the golf swing when he was an aspiring young club professional. For five years he followed the greatest players of his age around the course, sometimes traveling hundreds of miles on an old motor bike to watch them play on his days off from work. Without the modern aid of video tape or video cameras to help him, he had to rely on his quick eyes and his extremely sharp analytical mind. After five years of careful research King defined what he called 'the basic model of the golf swing and it's defining principles.' His findings are documented in this book.
Gary Player, who won The Open in 1974 after taking advice from King says: "Leslie King, the founding father of the Swing Factory method, was one of the greatest students of the golf swing."
King's method of teaching consistently produced international players, national and county champions and most of all it provided a release from 'trial and error golf' for thousands of average players. This methodology has been used to teach the great players and celebrities of our day, including Sean Connery, Michael Bonallack, Britain's most successful amateur golfer; Juli Inkster one of the greatest woman golfers of all time, and David Leadbetter, the most influential coach of modern day golf.
Michael Bonallack, British Amateur Champion in 1961, 65, 69 and 70, was taught by Leslie King. Michael wrote: "My only regret in having lessons from Leslie King is that I did not have them sooner. From my very first visit I realized that here was a teacher who had only one way of teaching ... no gimmicks ... no modern fads ... just a straightforward and uncomplicated way of consistently repeating an action to swing the club into the back of the ball and along the line of flight."