The “One Mistake” Ruining Your Golf Game …
and why that traditional swing you where taught is destroying your body and taking all the fun out of golf
Would you like to know the secrets of the perfect golf swing?
And would you like to know them from the man golf insiders and long-time golf pros consider as the “greatest ball-striker” to ever play the game?
If so, then you’re in for a real treat.
Because in this guide, I’ll reveal this secret… along with… how you can start using it immediately to crush longer drives, hit the ball with repeatable accuracy from the tee box and anywhere on the course… and… finally enjoy the game without all the frustration.
So let’s start at the beginning…
I’m about to show you the “one mistake” ruining your golf game and just how simple it is to correct.
Once you stop making this swing mistake, you’re on your way to playing the best golf of your life.
Hi, my name is Todd Graves.
I’ve been playing golf since I can remember.
Before starting my professional golf career, I helped coach the University of Oklahoma golf team to a National Championship back in 1989.
In 1991, I began playing on the Canadian and U.S. PGA tours and the Asian Tour.
After coaching more than 93,790 golfers of all ages and athletic abilities at the Graves Golf Academy (which I’ve run since 2000 with my brother Tim who is a PGA pro with numerous course records and tournament wins)… I came to this conclusion…
Conventional Golf Instructors Are “Brainwashing” People Into Using An Unnatural Golf Swing That Doesn’t Work
The results are pathetic to say the least.
Consider the following facts…
FACT: More than a million golfers quit the game every year, swearing they’ll never pick up a club again! (And the two biggest reasons are excessive pain and injuries… and… frustration over a game that hasn’t gotten better in years!)
FACT: Over the past 50-plus years, golf scores in this country have not improved one bit! (According to industry statistics, the average male golfer still shoots a laughable 97 – that’s 25 over par!)
FACT: According to the United States Golf Association, most golfers reach their potential after only three years of playing! (Then they spend the rest of their playing days injured and/or desperate to improve a game that keeps tanking.)
You gotta ask yourself “Why?”
If conventional golf instruction is correct then…
Why do millions of golfers quit playing every year in droves?
Why do so many recreational and competitive golfers injure themselves and suffer from constant nagging low back, elbow, hip, knee and shoulder pain?
Why haven’t golf scores plummeted after a half-century… with all the millions of dollars spent every year on magazine subscriptions, books, “fancy-schmancy” equipment, and ultra-pricey golf instruction?
In order to answer these questions, you must first know the answer to THIS question…
“What Is The Least Complicated Way To Hit A Ball On The Ground With A Stick?”
After all, golf is all about KNOWING how to hit a ball on the ground with a stick. Right? I mean that’s what we do. We hit a ball on the ground with a stick.
So unless you know the least complicated way to accomplish this basic goal of golf… you are in trouble, my friend.
And just so you know… the answer to the question above is NOT some sort of “trick” or swing “fix.” The answer comes down to basic proper biomechanics.