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pocketace
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PostSubject: How That New Driver Might Be Ruining Your Game (Long Post)   Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:25 pm

I found this email in my inbox, thought I share to those who has the patience to read it!

Hi

Nothing to sell here, just great advice. You are about to read and
learn the simplest way to reach your potential. And for those of
you that want to improve their golf game this year, here's your
to get it for nothing!

I normally don't write emails like this, but when I see something so
black and white, so painfully obvious, and something that will help
my fellow golfers hit the ball better and shoot lower scores... well
let's just say it's time to step out of my comfort zone

I will tell you how you can take your game to the next level in a
minute, but first allow me to set the stage.

Tom Wishon is without a doubt, one of the true leaders in the game
of golf. He decided not to chase the money early on in his career.
He instead decided he wanted to make a difference in people's lives
for the sport he so loves.

Here's a quick snapshot of Mr. Wishon's credentials:

* personal club designer for PGA pros including Payne Stewart,
Ben Crenshaw, Scott Verplank and others.

* only designer from the custom clubmaking side of the golf
industry whose clubhead designs have been used to win on the PGA
Tour, the Champions Senior Tour and in Ryder Cup competition.

* author of 10 books within the field of golf club design,
performance and clubfitting, in addition to hundreds of equipment
related articles written for virtually every golf publication in
the golf industry.

* Won the Golf Book of the Year honors two consecutive years from
the International Network of Golf - The Search for the
Perfect Driver and The Search for the Perfect Golf Club.
And now, he is a huge advocate for you, the average golfer that
dreams of playing better golf and enjoying the game more. Tom
Wishon wants everyone to realize their potential through proper
club fitting. Tom believes in this so much, he has made a life-long
commitment to getting this information out to every avid golfer on
the planet!

The only way golfers will realize their true potential is to get
professionally fitted. It's as simple as that.

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You see the Titleist, TaylorMade, and Callaway's of the world are
satisfied by simply coming out with their mass produced, standard
off the rack "shiny new club model" each year, and taking your money
to make their monthly quota.

And that's what they do...

To achieve their sales and profit forecasts, the big golf companies
sell their clubs off the rack, in standard form to a population of
golfers who are anything but "standard." They pour these profits
into their R&D budget each year to brainwash golfers into buying
their new models off the rack, with no awareness of the fact that
golfers can only play to the best of their ability if their golf
clubs are custom fit to each golfer's size, strength and swing
characteristics.

As a result of more than 35 yrs of experience in the field, Mr.
Wishon is recognized as the preeminent authority on professional
Clubfitting technology. Tom wants all golfers to realize to be
able to achieve all you can be as a golfer, you need to be custom
fit by a Clubfitting professional for your golf clubs. And he will
save you $500 in the process!

Here's a fact.

Did you know that the standard length of Men drivers sold in every
pro shop and golf retail store is between 45 ½" and 46 ½"? It is
a well known fact that the longer the length of the driver, the more
difficult the club will be to hit solid, far and with control. The
big golf companies do this simply so you might be able to hit one
good drive out of every ten. It's just not right!

Take your game to the max this year, get custom fitted by a
professional!

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-Dan

Tom Wishon Golf Technology
695 County Road 233
Durango, Colorado
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Itsuki
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PostSubject: Re: How That New Driver Might Be Ruining Your Game (Long Post)   Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:32 pm

Absolutely agree... Get fitted.. Go for proper coaching... Plus lots of patience to practise the basic drills... That is the formula.... Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: How That New Driver Might Be Ruining Your Game (Long Post)   Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:36 pm

But went for coaching then finish lessons, still not good enough for fitting in my own opinion... Then still stuck w the taylormade and callaways on the rack wo..Sad
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PostSubject: Re: How That New Driver Might Be Ruining Your Game (Long Post)   Thu Mar 08, 2012 11:44 pm

if u ask me.... dun play driver if u are starting out

start with hybrid or wood first, once u gain confidence...

then bring out the BIG DOG....
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