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Possibly The Worst Golf Swing Ever - Charles Barkley

May 15, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: Simple Swing Method No Comments →

I came across this video on you tube today and had to share it What are you still waiting for, go immediately to casino freispiele mit einzahlung now is the time to start playing and winning!. If you’ve never seen former NBA star Charles Barkley play in a pro-am over the years, let’s just say that he has a “special” swing.

If you’re down in the dumps about your golf these days, this will certainly make you feel better.

Personally, I have always been a fan of Sir Charles. I might not always agree with his opinion, but he keeps it real.

I had read that he was taking lessons summer in the hopes of fixing his unique “hitch” in his swing but gave up just a few days into the lessons.

All kidding aside, if you’re serious about making some dramatic improvements to your game this summer, I urge you to take a look at the simple golf swing method. This method has been put through the ringer by over 16,000 golfers around the world so far and it has a 95% success rate. Not bad!

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Golf Swing Tips: The Simple Golf Swing Method Set-Up

March 30, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: How to learn to play golf, Simple Swing Method 2 Comments →

A few weeks ago I put up a post to share that David Nevogt, the author of the best selling golf e-book The Simple Golf Swing Method, was offering a free sneak peak of his book.

Following is an exceprt from his free chapter which details his revolutionary golf set-up…

An excerpt from The Simple Golf Swing Method by David Nevogt

The Setup Routine

“The way you set up to hit a golf ball may be the most important factor in determining your score. We don’t take that statement lightly. This section will likely be the most important in the entire book. Do not underestimate the importance of the setup! Luckily, the setup is the easiest part of the golf “swing” to change. It’s the easiest of all the bad habits related to your golf swing to break because it occurs before the swing. If you set up to the ball in the manner described, your golf swing will change for the better.

You may believe that the way you currently set up to the ball assures a consistent and reliable striking of the golf ball. But, if you have a nagging (or worse yet, unpredictable) slice or hook, hit behind the ball, or even top the ball, the problem may originate in your current setup. If you experience one or more of these problems, there is a high probability that:

1. Your setup puts you in a position to allow for these frustrating results, or
2. You have, at some point, adjusted your set-up or swing to compensate for the problem, which has done nothing but facilitate a complicated golf swing. A complicated golf swing is the last thing a bogey (or higher) golfer needs.

The process for “setting up” a simple golf swing puts you in a position to go through the five steps of the golf swing, and come back to the starting position with power and control. The combination of power and control is what every golfer strives for, and it all starts with a sound and repeatable set-up.”

In the beginning, it will take an open mind and some work to get used to this new set up. For some of you, it will be close to the set-up you are currently using. For the rest of you, it will require that you drastically change your set-up. The description will be fairly technical, and it may be difficult to get used to this new set-up routine. However, if you want to succeed, the first thing that you have to do is to be willing to accept change. As stated earlier, the set-up will be one of the most valuable parts of “The Simple Golf Swing” system, so please focus on it.

Check out the rest of this free chapter from The Simple Golf Swing Method today to see the complete set-up.

Have you already tried the Simple Golf Swing Method? Maybe another golf method that has worked well for you? Don’t be shy!

How to learn to play golf - The Simple Golf Swing Video

March 15, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: Golf Tips, How to learn to play golf, Simple Swing Method No Comments →

If you’ve spent some time on my blog or have taken part in one of our courses, you’ve probably heard me say that I am not a professional golfer. While I have spent a lot of time and money improving my golf game, this embarrassing footage from a few years ago will give you an idea where I started from.

I always had a hunch that I lowered my upper body on the downswing but this is ridiculous.

Comment away. I can take it!

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Golf Swing Tips: Free Chapter to the Simple Simple Swing Method

March 11, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: How to learn to play golf, Simple Swing Method No Comments →

I’m so pumped to be sharing this with you. Yesterday, I received permission to share a free chapter of Dave Nevogt’s best selling e-book The Simple Golf Swing.

In this special sneak peak, Dave introduces the golf set-up of the system he gurantess will drop 7 strokes off your score in 1 week.

Sound too good to be true. It isn’t. Dave has helped 1,000s of golfers in over 36 countries lower their golf scores with this proven and tested golf swing method.

I don’t know how much longer I’ll be able to offer this special sneak peak, so I’d suggest that you get your free chapter today of the Simple Golf Swing method!

Golf swing tips: Stay away from consistently bad shots

February 29, 2008 By: Beginner Golf Tips Category: How to learn to play golf, Simple Swing Method No Comments →

It is not possible for any human, Tiger Woods included, to hit the golf ball perfectly 100% of the time.  What good golfers can do however is consistently hit the ball very well most of the time, and near perfectly quite a lot of the time.

It is this consistency that sets them apart and even those at the top of their game have days when they don’t get their shots right enough of the time.  There is only one thing that can really help any golfer get that consistency and that is through practice.

But there is another matter that needs to be addressed when talking about consistency and golf and that is - Consistently bad shots.