What do golfers always ask me?
The question I hear most often from new students when they are suddenly hitting the golf ball better than ever is: "Where were you 20 years ago?"
And they always look surprised when I tell them I was struggling with MY golf game until I discovered how to skip past all of the grinding to get to the game I always knew I could play.
Tracy Reed here. After my 25 year journey that started with just trying to solve the problem of an inconsistent golf swing, I discovered a very simple yet powerful solution that will change golf instruction as we know it. These days as a Golf Finishing Coach I coach golfers to apply that solution to their own games to clear up all of the confusion surrounding the golf swing and give them the golf game they desire.
Do you feel like you are "stuck" with your current golf game... Where nothing you try gets any lasting results?
If your answer is "Yes", you're not alone! 20 years ago I felt "stuck" and couldn't get past the point where I wouldn't occasionally:
- Duff it off the first tee.
- Hit a great drive (for me at the time) and then chunk the next shot from a perfect lie in the middle of the fairway.
- Throw and break clubs out of sheer rage because I couldn't figure out why my game suddenly blew up in the middle of a real good round.
- Or any number of other issues that made me want to shrink into the landscape after a terrible shot.
It took 15 years to solve these issues... Despite major injuries and multiple setbacks, with dogged determination, I cracked this nut when I discovered Active Awareness. It wasn't until other golfers wanted to know what I was doing that advanced my golf game to the point where they noticed the vast improvement that I started sharing my discovery.
Honestly, if I was a professional playing for living, nobody would ever know what Active awareness was or even that it existed. I doubt anyone else would take the journey I took to discover it, so my secret would be safe.
Despite all of the therapies my back still doesn't allow me to play or practice as much as I would need to compete professionally. So I live vicariously though the golfers I teach to use Active Awareness to take their game to the level where becoming a professional is a serious consideration.
So are you ready to finally rid yourself of these problems for good?
Do you spend most of your time practicing and still experience any of the following?
- The embarrassment of a less than stellar first drive...
- Playing well and suddenly missing an easy a shot...
- Losing so many balls that you just might run out before the round is over...
- Taking lessons and getting WORSE?
- Taking too many strokes to get in the hole from 10 feet off the green...
- Wanting to pick up because you feel like you're holding up your foursome...
- Considering quitting in mid round to drink...
- Throwing clubs.
- Breaking clubs.
- You suffer from Army Golf - left, right, left.
- The occasional wild shot ruins a perfect round.
- You often seem to ruin your best scores by suddenly losing your golf swing, only to find it again 2 or 3 holes later, AFTER it's too late to salvage the round.
- Or you hit it perfect on the range and wonder where that swing disappeared to once you got to the golf course.
Are you open to finally learning the simple secret for a consistent repeating golf swing?
Adding Active Awareness to your current golf swing and golf game will:
Simplify your practice and drastically reduce the amount of practice you need to maintain your golf swing.
Clear up all of the golf swing instruction confusion around the various golf swing methods.
Make your golf swing simple, powerful, and accurate while still keeping your swing free and easy.
Show you how to take your driving range game to the golf course without golf swing breakdowns during the round.
Lower your scores.
If you haven't done it yet, go back and sign up for the free lessons so you too can experience what consistency is all about.
If you have any questions, email me or give me a call - 239-227-7989.
When I met Tracy Reed, it became evident that he had the ability to organize information while creating an atmosphere for processing body awareness. He has strong motivational skills, which I have employed as a golf coach on the developmental tours where aspiring golf pros are honing their skills to reach the next level.
Robert De Leon
Myrtle Beach, SC