Ben Hogan’s 5 Lessons from MySwingEvolution

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This is where I am at with my Ben Hogan swing makeover 3.5 years into the journey. In this video I explore just a few of the concepts I find important from the book – grip, swing planes, impact, weight distribution, and the follow through.

And, for the first time I am offering a new instructional series from My Swing Evolution! All of my lessons and insights are condensed into one video that is 1 hour and 21 minutes long!

You can click on the link below for more details!

The video is available for download for $29.95 or for a one day rental for $19.95.

The ebook for The Hogan Code is available at!!! Click on THE HOGAN CODE on the left side of the main page. Enter your information, and in a minute you will be redirected to a page where you can return to and download your book! Click on the link and the book will open up. To save the file, move your cursor over the pages and a direction bar will come up on the bottom, and on the left side is a picture of a disk. Click on the disk and you can download the ebook to your computer. My email is in case you need additional info.

24 Responses to “Ben Hogan’s 5 Lessons from MySwingEvolution”

  1. jmoorebucks16 says:

    Chisto… when i pause the video half way down on your swing your angle of
    attack is steeper than the shallow plane your practicing… so are just
    trying to feel that shallow attack but not actually doing it? let me
    know… cause im trying to build my swing based on your and Mr. Hogans
    swing thoughts. Thanks! 

    • myswingevolution says:

      I’m trying to shallow my angle downward. I used to come over the top so
      I’m not perfect by any means. It’s always a work in progress and I’m
      better now than I was when I made this video.

    • Jimmy Huggett says:

      +myswingevolution .
      i have similar swing thoughts, i just havent been able to pull the trigger
      on all of them like you seem to be doing. excellent work.

  2. ekkoinverted says:

    Epic vid, great music!

  3. Ryan Salamone says:

    Hogan took big divots and extended WAYYYYYY more threw the ball.

  4. Roger L says:

    You have succeeded where many others failed. Your explanation of Hogan’s
    swing is the final piece of the puzzle. Well done!

  5. Allen Burdett says:

    your practice swing is on a totally different plane than your full swing.

  6. Benjamin Carter says:

    Great Job!!! This helped remind me of Hogan’s steps. I think you could
    annotate where each lesson comes in with the lesson point. Just for people
    that aren’t readily aware of of his 5 lessons.

  7. seymourgud says:

    You say nothing but your video speaks a thousand words! Thank you.

  8. brown55061 says:

    Was your ball flight always that low or was that a result of the plane
    changes? I’m jealous though, I’m totally a flipper and can’t stop it.

  9. mon morales says:

    Excellent video! Thank you so much! 

  10. David Lin says:

    It would be even better if you can put subtitle along with the videos as we
    can refer to Ben Hogan’s book.

  11. Chris Hyeon says:

    Are you aiming to hit the inside of the ball? (More of an inside out

  12. derspatero says:

    Other videos make me want to play golf but your videos inspire me to go to
    the driving range and try to get better (I turned down playing in favour of
    practice today). This one is beautiful.

  13. Frank Skuse says:

    Mr Hogan would be proud I think you got his swing down perfect good job

    • myswingevolution says:

      Thank you, Frank! This was filmed a year and a half ago and I believe I’m
      much closer now. It’s been a journey, but I can honestly say “I’m living
      the dream!”

  14. Steven Hansen says:

    One of the best instructive looks at the golf swing I learned when I was 9
    years old. It works. The swing I have used for the last 30 years is a
    slight modification and that is protect not going right as to Ben not going
    left and that is Mac O Grady. Very similar. 

  15. rutski71 says:

    that is an awesome swing. i wish i could swing like that

  16. Jabes says:

    Very tight and compact. Looks like Nick price swing

  17. Cupbearer says:

    Poetry in motion.. :)

  18. thevmanvj says:

    Hey Christo,Your work using the elements of Mr. Hogan’s swing have showed
    the major components of having a connected swing….especially in the
    hitting zone.You have not only showed us elements of his swing as you have
    wonderfully applied in your own journey…but most importantly, this.Balls
    and equipment in the game can change…but the fundamentals are timeless.(I
    can’t even write this without getting choked up about it.)TBC

  19. Santiago Flores says:

    At 3:17 you bend slightly your left arm at the top of the backswing, isn’t
    that supposed not to happen?

  20. moreme40 says:

    A great classical piece to accompany a demonstration of a classic swing.
    Love it

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