|We all want to hit the long ball, don't we?|
But for some reason most golfers struggle with this. So I found a video for you guys about how to get great distance without being a huge bulking super-man type.
I honestly don't even know where to begin because there's so much to tell you guys.
For instance... I could go on and on about how this information will ADD 20 YARDS to your shots but I'll let you be the judge. I could also tell you that one guy who used it, Thomas Klopper, added 29 yards in one day to his drives in a single practice session using this new information, but you can read about it yourself.
Or that this is hands down the most in-depth, kick-ass, works-like-a-charm video I've ever seen on distance, but you can see it with your own eyes... I don't have to tell you these things because this information is THAT good.
Everyone needs more distance and this latest information shows you step-by-step how you can add 20 yards in a matter of minutes. But I want to make myself clear....I'm not talking about a couple of yards here or there.
I'm talkin' BIG yardages.
And oh yeah, you don't have to be young or super fit or have the best equipment. Ladies can do these things too.
Here’s what you'll learn:
*How to grip it for maximum power
*The right swing plane for distance shots
*How to control your weight shift (this is a biggie folks)
*The secret of the left arm (most do this completely wrong)
*About using your _______. Miss this and you'll never hit it far.
*How to release the club to really hit send the ball sailing
*And much more!
You may think it's no big deal but on this page I'm gonna hand-feed you the exact things you have to do in order to achieve maximum distance. Again, to see what all the fuss is about go here:
Yours in golf,
P.S. Seriously, what if you could be hitting wedges into par fours instead of 6 or 7 irons? Don't you think the game might be just A TAD more fun and your scores would improve?
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