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"Discover How to Increase Your Drive Distance by 15 to 20 Yards
OR MORE &
Reduce Your Handicap to a
SINGLE DIGIT … Here's what all golfers are looking for...
Increase drive distance by 15 to 20 yards or more, although many would be happy with an additional 10 yards
(just ask a tour player how important a few more yards
would be to their game)
Increase energy levels so they feel refreshed and ready for the back nine. Some even wanted to finish with more energy than when they started!
(ever been in a situation where it was hotter than
expected, playing time was longer than expected?)
Get lean, strong and flexible so they could get the most out of every shot and feel good about themselves again
Reduce their handicap to a single digit or get their level of play to match even the most serious competition
(there will always be another level of competition. How
will you stay prepared?)
But, this wasn't enough...
You see, we were getting letters and e-mail from golfers of various ages, different skill levels and genders. So, we also had to address these important questions...
Which exercise program is best for me at the tender age of 72?
What if I'm a woman? How should I adjust a golf fitness program to best meet my needs?
I'm 19 and playing on the college team. My coach says I have to do the school program, but I don't trust it. Can you help me?
I don't have a lot of experience working out. Will this program give me a fresh start and explain the basics?
I am very serious about my game
and already compete in mini tours and qualifiers. I don't want a program
geared towards hackers. I need the best program I can get for my game!
and, of course, the opposite...
Listen, I'm not trying
to play like a pro. I'm just sick and tired of feeling so tight and
getting injured. I am also not getting a good shoulder turn. Can you
help me with some simple stretches and exercises?
Meet Kathy. 'The Exercises Really Helped Me
Swing All the Way Through'
I'd like to to be a part of this experiment because I'd like to
play better golf. I have a pretty good swing, but not lots of
distance. I putt pretty well and it saves me a lot of grief, but I
think I can play better than I always do. Some days I shoot in the mid
90s and other days it's not so good. I want consistency and I believe
with better fitness I would be.
I think you should choose me because there a lots of older women
out there playing golf and we'd like to not be ignored for younger and
perhaps what you folks might think more interesting projects. It's
important for older men and women to keep active and golf is one of the
greatest ways I can think of to do that. I've been playing off and on
since I was twelve, but never got the chance to really get into it like
I can now.
Lots of my friends are in the same boat. I have the time and the inclination to give it a real go now.
6 Weeks Later, The Solution:
"The Exercises Have Really Helped with
Turning All the Way Through"
Just a note to let you know how thankful I am. Luckily our weather
is still pretty nice and we played golf today. I shot a 99 which is
outstanding for me. I'm still doing all those great exercises and
they've helped a lot. I've been working on a better follow through, so
I'm not hitting it to the right so much. The exercises have helped me
with turning all the way through.
Kathy, Handicap 31, Age 65
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