Ben Hogan – The Hawk

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A Hyno Designs Production: Ben Hogan The Hawk

Special Thanks to Gotham Golf Blog

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thwp2 says:

Great way to spend 5 minutes. I come back to it about every 5 months to watch again. Thanks for the post!!

Timothy Vger says:

There is no secret, never was a secret. He thought about the problem and figured out how to square up the club head better on each swing and not hook the ball. Good grief. Anyone can do it if you work on it. How can something be a secret when you're looking right at it?

Anthony Mead says:

He looks like a golfing machine.

craig cassells says:

Best swing in golf Period

freddy says:

Amazing that the guy regarded as the best ball striker of all time looked like he was swinging out of his shoes most of the time. If I didn't know who was the best ball striker I would guess someone with a easy smooth swing like Ernie Els.

swingtrade2 says:

He talks about having elbows point at hips in 5 lessons. And the ropes around arms. But he did not play like that.

Carl Welty says:

This was an 8 mm film taken by me Carl Welty. 1959 Colonial ! The last tournament he WON !

Jefferson Smith says:

Mr. Hogan is a more limber man than I am. I am having fun trying to adapt his techniques to my golf swing.

Graham Wiles says:

The greatest

bizallin says:

Who is the guy talking to hogan @1:20? He appears quite serious and then gestures towards him again shortly thereafter. Was it hogans fade affecting his shagboy? just sayn.

bizallin says:

Excellent Video

Tadhg O’Connor says:

The best Hogan swing video on u tube thank u so much

FabulousFabela says:

Great job!! Thanks Hyno!!!

Alec Katzman says:

This is awesome and my favorite U2 song, you got some dynamite videos. Much appreciated & Subscribed!

hynodesignsclassics says:

The source video of this on VHS was absolutely terrible, the quality beyond a disaster. The frame rate of the video was all messed up. To create this video out of that slop was totally amazing. If you think for 1 second this what the footage looked like, you are wrong. The video was spliced up, cut, mixed and the frame rate changed. Not many people can do this type of work, this is a Hyno Designs video.

Carl Welty says:

O K Ralph, if this is your footage where was it taken and what year ? Carl Welty

Carl Welty says:

You forget because you didn't take the film. Most likely you took it off the two Hogan tapes Jim and I did or got it from Ralph. Carl Welty

TheKing says:

He said he came close to perfecting it well sir Hogan you did and so much more! Beautiful this is what happens when you overcome, you become great.

Ez TheElf says:

This is like watching a well-oiled machine repeat perfection over and over again.

hynodesignsclassics says:

I forget what range this was, it is not AUGUSTA……

lpgahf9 says:

Thank you for this gift of such inspirational excellence. Wish only for year of original footage. Looks like old range at Augusta.

hynodesignsclassics says:

The source video of this on VHS was absolutely terrible, the quality beyond a disaster. The frame rate of the video was all messed up. To create this video out of that slop was totally amazing. If you think for 1 second this what the footage looked like, you are wrong. The video was spliced up, cut, mixed and the frame rate changed. Not many people can do this type of work, this is a Hyno Designs video.

hynodesignsclassics says:

This video also had tons of random flicker, noise in the picture, millions of random errors. Really wish you people could understand the complex nature of restoration of video. Than the video again was cut up in to thousands of segments and placed together.

Carl Welty says:

Ralph knows this is my video of Ben Hogan ! Can you name the location and date ? Carl Welty

hynodesignsclassics says:

@ralphsunnyside you were given credit in the video info section. When the channel was shut down, no longer had all the org uploaded videos. Only used back-up files. The work needed to re-do the videos was not worth the time. Really can no longer do YouTube videos do to the costs of production and lack of donations. Right now the only work that is being done is Video Restoration of older recordings for clients.

DL Jamieson says:

Wow – great footage – thanks for posting. I never really noticed how active his left knee and left thigh are in starting and leading the downswing

Gerard Starks says:

The fellow kneeling in the foreground??? Sam Byrd? Anyone?

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