Golf Swing Secrets: How to Drive No Less Than 50 Yards Further! [NOOK Book]

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If you could hit the golf ball just a little bit further on each shot, wouldn't that improve your game drastically?

Driving the golf ball further isn't about how hard you are swinging the club. There are so many factors that could be causing you not to have the ability to get the ball down the fairway. You might have a curve in the ball and you cannot figure out how to ...
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Golf Swing Secrets: How to Drive No Less Than 50 Yards Further!

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Overview

*** Well Formatted Edition with an Active Table of Contents ***

If you could hit the golf ball just a little bit further on each shot, wouldn't that improve your game drastically?

Driving the golf ball further isn't about how hard you are swinging the club. There are so many factors that could be causing you not to have the ability to get the ball down the fairway. You might have a curve in the ball and you cannot figure out how to straighten out the ball. Could you imagine if you could just straighten out the shot how far the ball really would travel?

You Can Add More Distance To Your Golf Strokes...

Adding more distance to your shots means less par and a better game. No one wants to end up in the rough or the sand every time they play. This will only cause you not to want to play the game. you can hit the ball properly and the problem may not even be in the way you are hitting the ball. You might have the perfect swing and still cannot drive the ball as far down the fairway as you would like to do.

It isn't about muscle power to get the ball down the fairway. There are plenty of skinny guys nailing the golf ball further than you.

Finally Understanding The Secrets To Your Perfect Golf Swing

You can learn everything you need to know about the game of golf that will help you drive the ball down the fairway. Your equipment and golf clubs are based on more than just what looks and feels good. You might have the most expensive clubs you can buy but if they are not right for your type of swing then they will do you no good.

There are so many factors that can cause you to have a short drive when you play golf. The key is learning about your game and how you are golfing. Know what is right for you when it comes to equipment and all of the things that can cause a drive to come up short.

Your golf game can be better than ever...

Longer Drive And A Better Par

1) You might be losing rounds do to continuously hitting the ball too short off of the tee or not far enough down the fairway. You can fix this.

2) Better par means a better round and you can win those tournaments you are falling short on.

Here is what you will learn inside this guide....

Table of Contents

Chapter 1 - Introduction
Chapter 2 - The Ball
Chapter 3 - The Iron You Use and How You Use It
Chapter 4 - Stance
Chapter 5 - Your Swing
Chapter 6 - Power Driving
Chapter 7 - Fixing the Slice
Chapter 8 - Conclusion
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015572773
  • Publisher: MaxHouse
  • Publication date: 10/12/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 655,753
  • File size: 129 KB

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