Improve Your Golf Swing And Correct Golf Slice
August 02, 2005 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News“Is your golf swing providing you with the results you need to compete? Are you throwing strokes away by topping, slicing or hooking the ball? How many penalty strokes do you typically have during a round? Only you can answer those questions. The ‘Simple Golf Swing’ is eliminating those problems for thousands of golfers world-wide.” Says David Nevogt author of the Simple Golf Swing.
“My system has helped 7,987 golfers during the past 2 years with their golf swing and correcting their golf slice. Historically this system has a success rate of 95%, and bogey golfers are able to lower their handicaps by at least 7 strokes within the first couple of rounds. I teach a unique setup, grip, alignment drill, backswing, downswing, and finish. You will be able to learn and embrace each of these steps quickly. They are each crucial to lowering your handicap and making solid impact with the ball.”
David’s system was developed specifically for the bogey or bogey+ golfer with consistency as the end result. The system covers the three main problem areas of making solid impact, hitting the ball straight and hitting it long every time so that the golfer can move on a concentrate on their short game. Learn more http://golf-guides.info/
“I will teach you a controlled swing. The advantage of a controlled swing is that you will be able to increase or decrease your swing speed, according to the current situation. Whether you are hitting a driver or a nine iron, you can put the exact same swing on the ball and know that you are going to make solid contact with the ball. Consistency is the goal to correct golf slice.”
In short, it's about using the spine as an axis to promote consistency and to keep the golfer on the correct swing plane. David teaches the correct hand action so that the golfer can add distance to every shot, the correct timing to get straight ball flight, and consistent direction. The golfer is given a step-by-step guide on the full swing, a step-by-step guide on the short game, a mental guide, and personal coaching to make all of this happen quickly and easily.
For further details of the ‘simple golf swing’ please visit http://golf-guides.info/