Fed up Of Trying To Hole 20 Footers For Par?
Let me ask you this?...
"Why Try and Make Putts At 20 Feet... When You Can Sink Them At 5?"
Yes, the way the pros can read a green and sink those long-distance putts
is a thing of beauty, and something to aspire to...
But when the pressure's on do you really want to have to be holing drainers
Wouldn't it be easier to...
Strike your pitching wedge, flighted in the air with the perfect amount of backspin,
where it rests just inches from the hole and earning you yet another "gimme"
Hit chip shots and flop shots most of the time go stone dead.
Hit bunker shots with the club face landing in the sand so consistently so the ball
sails perfectly on to the green to rest just a few feet from the pin.
Becoming a MUCH better scoring golfer is no longer a pipe dream - it's a reality.
The better control you have over your short game, the faster your scorecard plummets.
Where others struggle with 20-30-foot putts, you have three-footers and gimmes.
While they kick sand around the bunker like a bully at the beach, you're relaxing with
a beer with your ball just inches from the pin.
And while they quake in fear at falling victim to course hazards, you mean calm, cool,
and collected, secure in the knowledge your ball will go exactly where you want it to.
Does doing all this sound like the kind of "secret weapon" you'd like to have in your
golf tool belt?
Then I want to introduce you to the brand new resource...
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If your only "party trick" is a 300-yard drive, I'll take you on any day of the week...
But if you've got a shorter-than-average drive, but a masterful short game?
Then you're the guy any experienced golfer is terrified of facing off against.
Because I know any golfer with an amazing short game isn't just wedge wizard within a hundred yards of the pin...
They're dangerous threats that are not to be underestimated anywhere on the links.
You can be one of those with this series from a world class short game specialist.