Harry Cooper, also known as Lighthorse, was a professional golfer in the 1920’s and 30’s! Throughout his years on the tour he was considered one of the unluckiest golfers on tour. Winning 31 tournaments in his career he was never able to get a major under his belt while being ahead of Lee Trevino, Tom Watson and Gary Player in the PGA Tour Career Rankings. His now a member of the World Golf Hall of Fame and the Professional Golfers Association Hall of Fame.
Tom Stickney gives us his rendition of what Harry Cooper was doing (and teaching) back in the 30’s. Check out how this golf lesson can help you today with your golf swing!