> "Best" is very subjective, but I learned an awful lot from viewing the
> Mathews instructional tapes, so thats the "best" for me.
I have all of Gradys tapes and they are excellent IF you already understand
and have good basic form. They are not good for beginners (IMO) because they
will not improve your form (stroke), but they are not intended to do that.
He doesn't go into fundamentals, but shows you how to make shots that you
never thought of (or in some cases thought were not possible), and gives
some good insite into safety play. I also have tapes by Segal, Byrne, and
Kinnister. They are all good for their intended purpose. I go back and
review them all for different problems (kind of like reviewing your notes
before a final exam!). Segals tapes are good for over all play (the runout
series). Byrne is excellent for beginners or to brush up on the