“What I’m going to teach you is a one-piece takeaway”. . .said the golf instructor. “Your upper spine. . .lower spine. . .the ‘triangle’. . .and the club all move to right post. . .which is the right leg.” Sound familiar?
So we watch the new golfer. “Okay. . .try and hit one with this 8 iron.” The golfer over exaggerates the whole “move to right post. . .” “You moved too far to the right. You’ve got to stay inside your right post. . .which is the right leg. Try a couple a more.” The golfer gets locked inside “the right leg” and can’t figure out how to get back over the ball. . .right. Sound familiar?
The golfer gouges the ground. Slices three straight shots off to the right. . .into the fence along the driving range. “Don’t worry about the bad shots. All the great golfers start out like this.” Really?
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The golfer tries and tries and keeps hitting bad shots. “One you’re over on the right. . .you’ve got to clear out the left side so you can come back around and make solid contact with the ball.” The golfer hits 6 more bad shots. Along with one near woof. A clunker that went out about 25 yards. “Next time you’re in we’ll take a look at those clubs. They look a little short for you. Maybe we lengthen the grips.”
WILL THE NIGHTMARE EVER END?
“I spent over $2,000 on lessons. Then I bought about 5 or 6 books. . .Hogan’s. . . Wood’s. . .you know. . .and started from scratch.” Do you still play. No. I gave it up 6 or 7 years ago.” I see. “I bought three different sets of clubs. They did everything to them. Then I slowly realized the equipment had almost nothing to do with it.” Well. . .with the MONGOOSE GOLF SWING. . .you’ll be hitting decent shots in a hour. Watch the video tutorial twice. Learn how to separate your hands so your grip is firm. You must be able to wield the club. . .like a swordsman wields a sword. Firm grip equals better confidence. . .better execution. . .consistency.