The Sweet Spot. Great Golf Starts Here.: Three Essential Keys to Control, Consistency and Power. (EvoSwing Golf Instruction Series) (Volume 1)

Simple, Unique, Powerful. The Essence of golf is sending your shots to a target. The Essence of Great golf is hitting the target. The Sweet Spot takes all the complex concepts of the golf swing and reduces them to the Essential Keys that directly control the flight of your shots to the target. Simple Concepts… The club face is the only direct influence on the golf ball. The Sweet Spot shows you the part of your body that best guides the club face. Unique Images… A clear picture in your mind is the first step in making effective change. The Sweet Spot photos give you the essential and complete visual map for great golf shots. Powerful Training Exercises… Once your picture is crystal clear, accurate practice is the next key to sharpening your skills. The Sweet Spot Swing Grooving drills will guarantee your practice helps you to improve quickly and efficiently to maximize control, consistency and power. Minimum Change…Maximum Results Training your swing to find the Sweet Spot is the fastest route to your golfing goals.

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  1. It’s all about finding the sweet spot If you’ve played golf before you know the sound and feeling. When you hit a golf ball just right that beautiful sound is heard and the ball just takes off. It just feels so right. When you you a golf ball properly you’ve hit the sweet spot. Consistently hitting the sweet spot is what this book is all about.The author is an award winning PGA Teaching Professional and knows what he’s talking about. As he points out the club face is the only direct influence you have on the golf ball. The…

  2. Stops golf frustration in its tracks I have always had a love/hate relationship with the little white ball. Some days, when somehow everything goes right, I love golf. Other days, I cannot play this came to save my life. I keep making the same mistakes repeatedly, and there is no rhyme or reasons to having a “good day” or a “bad day.” I read through this book–chock full of simple explanations of biomechanics, pictures and graphics, practice strategies, and troubleshooting tips–and “got it.” An aha moment! Geoff’s explanation of…