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Friday evening I was informed by a Facebook post that George Hibbard 
had passed away last June.  A couple of weeks ago I was thinking about 
him so I went to his web site to see if he has written any new books 
and his site was no longer there.  Thinking he may have died I did a 
web search for his obituary and couldn't find anything so I just 
assumed he may have retired. 

Though George and I did not see eye to eye on the mechanics of the 
golf swing I do have to give him credit for his conviction in what he 
believed and taught. 

R.I.P. George Hibbard. 

Amen to that. Very nice tribute to a nice man. He loved the game.
I was watching a golf lesson on the golf channel when the instructor mentioned George’s view with
releasing the hands, agreeing with it.  Small world.