Golf Channel lead analyst Brandel Chamblee will soon offer his words in a different form than normal—an instruction book. The as-yet unnamed book is set for release in Spring 2016 and will focus on the best swing traits of golf’s greatest players.
“I am working on an instruction book that is going to change how golfers think about the swing,” Chamblee said in a release Monday. “It will focus on the common positions great golfers share and will show how every golfer can incorporate them into their swing for better ball striking, more consistency, lower scores and maximum enjoyment.”
Chamblee, an All-American at the University of Texas, became a golf analyst in 2004 after winning more than $4 million in his PGA Tour career. He plans to share instruction secrets culled from the best players and coaches of all time.
“Alex Morrison shared his golfing knowledge with Henry Picard, Ben Hogan and Bobby Jones. Picard shared it with Jack Grout; and Jack Grout taught Jack Nicklaus,” Chamblee continued. “Pros taught pros. Now my book will be sharing that same knowledge with golfers around the world.”
Here’s Chamblee on Ben Hogan and his influence on golf instruction:
The book will be published by Classics of Golf. More information can be found at classicsofgolf.com/brandel.