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"Forget your Brains
Brains Hit the Ball!"
HIS was Harry Vardon's advice to a golfer who last autumn asked him how to correct some slight defect in form. In this remark Vardon endorsed the whole new theory of golf laid down by Marshall Whitlatch in The Century for August, 1913.
So much discussion was excited by Mr. Whitlatch's article that Vanity Fair has not only reprinted it, by permission of The Century, but has also induced Mr. Whitlatch to develop his theory in a series of articles appearing in the current issues of Vanity Fair.
In the February number, now ready, Mr. Whitlatch points out that a little one-foot arc, beginning just before your club hits the ball, is the only thing about the stroke that really matters-the only difference between the best player in the world and the worst. You can forget about the follow-through; you can forget to keep your eye on the ball; you can forget everything if you will only visualise that little arc and make the club head travel truly along it. Read the details in the February Vanity Fair.
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