3 Minutes A Day For 30 Yards!
Give Me Just 3 Minutes A Day…And I’ll Show You How To Be The Longest Hitter In Your Foursome…
Add Up To 30 Yards On Your Drives, Dramatically Improve Your Consistency, And Play Pain-Free Golf For 18 Holes
The Lazy Man’s Guide To Better Golf – Instant Download
Attention: If you are over 40, this webpage may be the most important one you ever read!
Let me ask you a serious question.
Do you truly want to improve your game?
If so, I’ve got some very important information below I want you to read. It’ll only take you a couple of minutes, but it could be the answer to a solution you’ve been looking for.
Would you like an easy, yet effective program that will…
- Only take 3 minutes a day out of your busy schedule.
- Improve your golf swing power during your golf season.
- Eliminate those frustrating swing faults with no more practice.
- Maintain energy and focus for 18 holes.
- Guarantee your golf game success
Have you experienced…
- A drop in driving distance the past few years (resulting in long second shots)?
- Trouble reaching the green in regulation (causing you to shoot over par on every hole)?
- Hip or knee replacement? If so, it’s not too late to regain lost yards.
- A shortened backswing that may even cause you pain (this is robbing you of distance)?
- More inconsistent shots, causing blow-up holes and higher scores?
- Frustration to the point of considering quitting?
Why Should You Listen To Me
I’ve been a professional trainer for over 30 years, and have worked exclusively with golfers the past 14 years.
My passion is fitness and golf, so I combined them to help golfers over 50 toregain lost strength and flexibility… to get their distance back with all their clubs; and play pain-free golf for the rest of their golfing life.
Having a biomechanics background from all my years of athletics, I’ve studied over 1,000 golf swing videos of the top PGA, and Senior PGA, as well as all levels of golfers.
I am able to create videos and information to help golfers “feel” the correct positions in the golf swing.
Having recently turned 51, I understand your frustrations, and can help you.
I truly believe, and have said for 14 years, “your body swings the club, if your body is broken, you have little chance to achieve better golf”, including maximizing your driving distance.