Have you ever wondered why the average handicap on the USGA has barely improved in the last 20 years? The answer is very simple:
a) The Golf Swing is very difficult to understand and to perform.
b) The average weekend golfer would love to improve but doesn’t have the time or the interest to spend long hours practicing.
After studying the golf swing for over 25 years, JF Tamayo has developed a revolutionary method proved for the weekend golfer of any level to significantly improve distance and accuracy from day one, based on three main principles:
1) Focus on changes that most positively affect results: Opposite to the traditional methods, this book will only ask you to make changes in the most relevant parts of the swing needed to hit solid and consistent shots: the backswing and the transition between the backswing and the downswing.
2) Learn how to develop an easy, repeatable and solid backswing: One of the biggest breakthroughs of the method was the development of a unique and much easier way to consistently make a solidly sound backswing that will look similar to the new Tiger Woods one plane backswing but much simpler to learn, to do and to repeat.
3) Learn how to create lag: Being able to increase lag during the downswing is one of the major differences between the amateur’s golf swing versus a professional’s and probably one of the most misunderstood concepts of golf. In this book you will easily learn how to lag the club like the pros, dramatically improving your clubhead speed, ball striking ability and distance.
This incredible and simple method will instantly take your game to a higher level while you will be helping others since 50% of the profits obtained from this project will be donated to charity.
“Every weekend golfer should read this great book.” – Camillo Villegas – Three-time PGA Tour winner (source)
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