MIAMI, FL (October 6, 2009) – “The Slot Swing” a new book from Jim McLean, his 10th, was just released last week and discusses how top professional golfers all drop their club into a specific area of the swing during the transition from the backswing to the downswing. Tonight on www.thegolfersnation.com in a new episode of The Jim McLean Lesson world renowned golf instructor Jim McLean demonstrates the key’s to putting your club into the “slot” and how it will help you hit the ball farther and straighter with increased consistency.
On the lesson tee in his SuperStation®, McLean discusses the three main swing shapes, and how from each, golfers can drop their swing into the slot.
Throughout the show, McLean, currently ranked as one of the top-4 golf instructors in the world, and owner of the No. 1 Ranked Golf Schools in America, offers tips and advice on how to drop your swing into the slot, and finishes the show with drills to help you practice “The Slot Swing”.
Also, currently playing on www.thegolfersnation.com, is Classic Conversations featuring golf’s original Grand Slammer – Gene Sarazen; and Swing Analysis featuring the swing of Bubba Watson. Next week, as McLean continues to explore and discuss “The Slot Swing” he will breakdown the swings of several golfers in a special episode of Swing Analysis featuring “The Slot Swing”.
TheGolfersNation.com is a website created to entertain and educate golfers. On the entertainment side, “Classic Conversations” has been developed as a program in which interviews conducted by Jim McLean, never made available to the public before, have been pulled from the archives for all fans of golf to enjoy. On the education side, two great shows have been created: “The Jim McLean Lesson” and “Swing Analysis”. “The Jim McLean Lesson” is a monthly show designed to help golfers with their game as Jim McLean, and guests, discuss different theories and aspects of the swing and offer tips to help golfers improve their game. On “Swing Analysis” Jim McLean breaks down the swing of a prominent golfer and points out parts of the swing from which all golfers can learn from.
Warren Z. Rogan
Rogan Media, LLC