“How much is it worth to stop slicing?”
About $54, if you’re lucky enough to find my DVD in a pro shop. That will be our retail price when we release it to the retail market. And when you consider that the average golf lesson costs about $100 an hour, you can see that it’s a bargain. But for a lot of golfers, $54 is a little pricey. Even for something that guarantees to fix your slice or give you your money back. But, as a valued subscriber and reader, it’s yours, if you want it, for just $29. And I’ll guarantee your satisfaction personally.
For slicers and anyone who wants a straighter shot. Good for all skill levels
How do you fix a slice? Depends on who you ask. You can change your grip, stance, swing path and several other swing variables. My answer? Simply learn to draw the ball. Why? Because after working with thousands of golfers of all skill levels one of the things that separates the beginners and intermediates from the advanced players is the ability to work the ball both ways (fade and draw). If you are currently slicing then you’ve already demonstrated your ability to work the ball left-to-right (fade) so if you knew how to work it opposite your golf game would become a lot easier…and simple. It’s kind of fun too when you can shape those right-to-left baby draws with a perfect ascending flight. It’s okay if you’re a slicer…we all do at one point in our lives. But sometimes it’s beyond repair and when you’re slicing big-time you not only lose distance and accuracy, but a good deal of confidence as well. In order to hit long and accurately, you need to be able to hit a draw consistently.
Why the draw? Because it’s been proven that the draw will give you more distance and control than any other shot there is. That’s why it’s the shot of choice for almost all the touring pros. You see, the draw not only carries further, it also rolls further. Up to 20 yards further. So you’ll be taking fewer strokes and spending less time in the rough looking for your ball. Sound good? Now, some people will tell you that the ability to draw the ball at will is the hardest thing in golf. Well, they may be right. The draw is hard to master…on your own. That’s where I come in. A lot of my work has been with high handicappers. One of the first things I teach them is the draw shot turns high handicap players into low handicap players.