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Jack Burke

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Jack Dempsey's Roll & Drop Step Explained - Technique Breakdown

 

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Jack Burke, 94, Masters golf champ remembers big win like it was yesterday

 

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Jackie Burke Jr.- Starting the swing with the lower body.

 

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Jackie Burke Jr.- Swing Energy

 

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Jackie Burke: Roll And Go

John Joseph Burke Jr. is an American professional golfer who was most prominent in the 1950s. He first rose to fame with two victories in the 1951 Ryder Cup and was subsequently selected for the 1953, 1955, 1957, and 1959 teams, serving as playing captain in 1957. Burke also served as non-playing captain in the 1973 matches, and as special assistant captain to Hal Sutton in 2004. He won two major titles during his career, both in 1956, the Masters and PGA Championship.
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