Monday, June 18, 2012

SWING BREAKDOWNS AT US OPEN AND WHY

Swing Breakdown

As the US Open closed on Sunday - dozens of players had no swing.  These are professionals!  How is it possible for a professional to lose his or her swing?  Here’s why.  The conventional golf swing has too many components.  Too many stars to keep in alignment - swing after swing - to be consistent.  Webb Simpson - who won - has a very solid swing - and he has a few shots that individuals like Furyk and McDowell don’t have - for hitting the little chop down in heavy grass for example.  But he won the US Open because of his putting - not his swing.
As the pressure increases - the tensions in the muscles increase.  That all leads to strange looking swings of the golf club.  Mickelson recently lost a tournament he would have won because he hit a driver so far to the left he had no shot.  Then - instead of limiting his mistakes - he tried to hit another and failed.  By the time he got on the green and finished the hole - he was out of it.  On Sunday - he was 16 over at the Open.  Tiger - in spite of getting a couple of birdies on the way home - finished at 7 over.
Here’s my point: by getting rid of some of the components of the golf swing - you get more consistency as part of the reward. I created the MONGOOSE GOLF SWING to improve consistency. It's that simple.  Less moving parts.  Less struggle.  The body stays over the ball.  No takeaway.  No rhythm.  Just lift the club and strike down on the golf ball as you rotate around.  I’m an old guy and I can’t imagine why these pros can’t hit fairways.  Miss after miss after miss.  And some of the swings - on their best days - are shake-and-bake.  John Daily’s “grip it and rip it” doesn’t get the job done on a consistent basis.  So the big hitters were almost absent on Sunday at the US Open.  The people who prevailed were those who could putt.  When the putter fails - these guys shot a 75 or 78 or worse.  
A RELIABLE SWING THAT’S NOT HARD TO LEARN

I developed the MONGOOSE GOLF SWING for guys who were struggling because of age.  I got into my early 60s and just couldn’t get the club around fast enough to generate club head speed.  My driving distance went from 290 to 240.  What’s going on here?  Is there another way?  Took me several years before I had the guts to make the video.  But I finally reached a point where people started standing around watching me at the driving range.  “How’d you learn that swing?”  I developed it myself.  “You teach it?”  No.  But I’m thinking of producing a video of it.  “Here’s my phone number.  You get a video together and I’ll buy it.”  The 'GOOSE' is also much easier on the back - hips - and knees.
So now - the video tutorial is available and I’m selling DVDs all over the world.  I can’t believe the places I’ve shipped the tutorial.  China and Indonesia and Russia and dozens into Australia and New Zealand.  Dozens to the Canadians to my north.  And of course now in all the states.  Just sold my first tutorial in Arkansas yesterday.  I’ll never get my money back.  I knew that going in.  But whether it was ego or just wanting others to learn a better way to strike a golf ball - I did it!  And it works.  
To ORDER the ‘GOOSE’ tutorial - simply click on the BUY NOW button in the right column.  Get your own 33 minutes of ARRRR!  Lots of slow motion - which makes it easier to grasp the basics of the swing.  Lots of explanations.  I repeat things because that’s the way human beings learn best.  
When you click on the BUY NOW button you’ll be taken to PayPal.  If you DON”T have an account with them - NO problem.  You can use their online banking services anyway.  On the PayPal page - simply click on the link “Don’t have a PayPal account” (about half way down the page on the right) and you’ll be taken to a page where you can fill out your credit card info - etc. - and you’re done.  They send me notification.  I ship your DVD.  Golf season has begun.  Give it a try and within a few weeks you’re golfing life will be transformed.  It’s not hard to learn.  You’re going to love it.

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