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A photographic study of the British golf champion Cecil Leitch (1891 - 1977) snapped with a high-speed, stop-motion camera. In nine black and white images depicting her drive from start to finish, we are able to gain an understand as to how she was able to win three British driving championships up until that time. She left the game after having won a total of twelve national titles; at the time of this printing, she was writing her first book: Golf.

One the right you will see a study that was made of the swing of Bobby Jones.

     


The Swing of Cecil Leitch (Vanity Fair Magazine, 1921)

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