I am a total golf junkie when it comes to getting more distance. In the past I would buy almost any product that promised to give me more distance. Whether it be a book, a swing device, or a technique I would try it. I swore off this quest for a few years and just focused on my game. I wanted to be a better scorer and not just pursue the "long ball". In the last few years I noticed my distance decreasing. I think my lack of flexibility was contributing a lot to this. It turned out there were a few factors that I hadn't thought about in a while. They included the stretching, but also some other techniques. I found this book and thought I would give it a try. It couldn't hurt, right? I thought it might work and if I got just one tip from it that would be great. Let's just say I was hopeful, but realistic. I found that I didn't gain the "21 yards" the author said I would, but I still got results. Before the book I would swing between 106mph and 110mph. I found that after I could swing up to 114mph. Considering that each mile per hour translates into about 2.54 yards of carry that means I've gained about 10 yards. That can be the difference in almost a full club into each green. Do I consider this a success? Yes! Did I gain the 21 yards? No, not yet. Maybe I will get to the 21 yards in the spring time, but time will tell. Would I suggest the book. If you want to gain some distance, yes. Are you going to gain 20-40 yards like the author claims on the sales page-maybe not. Anyway, check it out and let me know. And yes this is an affiliate link. I wanted to let you readers know.
Daniel has been playing golf since he was ten years old. he was taught by his father whom he still plays with some 25 years later. He has always enjoyed the game and the lessons learned on the course. He is just like the rest of us who are in the pursuit of longer golf drives. This blogs looks to cover practical tips to hit the golf ball farther. Hope you enjoy and leave your comments.