the perfect, effortless golf swing secret

How to get the Golf Swing Control Instruction Course

Before I go any further. If you have a 7 handicap (true 7) or less, you can skip Golf Swing Control and go right to Bio-Visual Focus, which is the process that takes your golf game to the caliber of play you see on the PGA Tour. click this link: The Bio-Visual Focus Website.

IMPORTANT:If you have a higher than 7 handicap and you are on this page, you should have already worked on all of the free lessons and found that they worked.
If not, nothing you see here will make sense. Seeing is believing, so if you haven't done the free lessons, go back and do them, because without them, you have either missed the secret of the consistent golf swing or this site isn't for you.

How Golf Swing Control was developed is important if you're looking to build a consistent golf game and gain independence from the golf instruction merry-go-round.

I wanted to make sure that any golfer who read the Golf Swing Control Manual would be able to easily understand it and put it to good use. If you've ever attempted Homer Kelly's book, "The Golfing Machine", you probably know what I mean. There are many different ways to interpret what he said even if you're a biomechanic!

My plan was to teach golfers for free first and use the feedback from newsletter subscribers to hone the instruction until golfers didn't need to ask questions to understand what I was saying. The process took almost 3 years. When I stopped getting questions and instead was constantly getting letters of accomplishment from subscribers using the instruction, I knew that just about any golfer could read, understand, and put Golf Swing Control to use, with little if any difficulty.

Even then, it took 8 months to write and edit Golf Swing Control, and there are still some small editing errors in there. All in all, the evidence shows that the goal was reached; a golf instruction manual that arms golfers with everything they need so they can build their best golf game without getting caught up in the meat grinder that the golf instruction industry has become.

Why No Videos?

I get this email counless times per day, so I will answer it before you ask.

For a while, when the course was called "The Ultimate Golf System", I had videos because the marketers who produced the videos convinced me that I needed them

Once the course was out, I noticed an astonishing trend. Many of the golfers who bought the program complained it wasn't helping. When I compared their results to the successful results students told me about from reading the manual WITHOUT the videos...

I realized that the videos were recreating the very learning gap I was working to close.

Many golfers were watching the videos without reading the manual... They were looking at the instruction from the instructor's point of view... looking at the "What" to do. But the golfers who followed the instructions and read the manual first understood the "How" and got faster, better results.

So to prevent you from recreating the very learning gap you need to conquer, there are no videos.

Trust me, you are better off not looking at videos until you can "see" the golf swing from the inside-out by understanding the "how".

I hope you enjoy Golf Swing Control

Some of what is in the manual...

  • With Golf Swing Control, I want you to become consistent first. Until you canmonitor and control balance to keep your golf swing from breaking down due to interference from your Lizard Brain, working on your swing technique won't help. After all, you won't know why your swing isn't working until you get used to using your balance feedback.

  • The last thing any golfer wants to do is to learn a new golf swing. I wouldn't do it and I don't expect you to suffer through that nonsense. One of the best side affects of using balance is that over a little time, maybe an hour, your swing starts to conform to your personal body type. Many of the mistakes you made in the past were due to the fact that your movement didn't fit your body structure. This way, you golf swing WILL fit your body structure. This alone will eliminate many future swing problems.

  • Once your golf swing is working well with your body, a certain type of shot will consistently emerge. There will be some biomechanical glitches that cause the shot that results from the balance exercises. Golf Swing Control explains how to fix those glitches to create the most efficient golf swing you can take to the golf course.

  • Once you are used to using balance, if you want to shape shots, it's as simple as changing the weight bias during the golf swing. No more trying to remember a thousand different setup variations to try to hit specialty shots. This is all explained in the Golf Swing Control Course.

  • Golf Swing Control shows you how to use dynamic balance for your short game and putting as well.

  • Golf Swing Control will explain how to get the most distance from a near effortless golf swing... Your effortless golf swing.

Do you want to be this guy?

If you are the golfer who will probably:

  • Keep trying golf tips from the internet.
  • Keep taking main stream golf instruction.
  • Keep buying the latest golf"systems" that are still trying to teach you a new golf swing (complete with new problems to cure)

Then Golf Swing Control IS NOT for you...

If you DON"T want to be that guy any more, Golf Swing Control is the way out.

What other major golf instructor answers the phone when you call?
Call me if you're not sure. 239-227-7989.

Tracy Reed

So, what's it all going to cost?

  • Think about how much is it worth to finally have real answers to the questions you ask when things go wrong...

  • Another question: How long have you been searching for these answers? (It took me 20 years to put this all together.).

  • The average golfer loses 2 or more golf balls per round. At $35 per dozen, how much would you save if you retired golf balls due to wear rather than losing them?

  • Have you bought clubs recently in an attempt to hit the ball straighter or get more distance? What did they set you back? Did it work? Golf Swing Control can show you how to hit more accurately and longer without the fancy new golf clubs.

  • How many golf gadgets do you have to fix your golf swing. Did you know that they actually do the opposite of what they are designed to do? When your muscles are restricted by a device, you are actually training the muscle to work against the device. Once the device comes off, the muscles are free to do what they wanted to do... and now they are stronger, working in the wrong direction. Sound like a scam to you?

Golf Swing Control can save you so much money in golf clubs, new drivers, lost balls and NO MORE GOLF INSTRUCTION, that it should quickly pay for itself if you play golf regularly.

Not to mention the time and frustration it will save you NOT searching for new answers to the same problems that come up every year.

Now what is it worth?

Considering a Golf School?

Golfers often pay $3000 or more for a full week's golf school with any of the big names... that's over $425 per day but unless you are a touring professional, they won't teach you the necessary keys to consistency that you'll find in Golf Swing Control.

And statistics show that people forget 75% of what they learn within one week, so $2250 of the investment is wasted unless you have a way to commit it permanently to memory.

So, You'll leave the school with a better golf game, but most golfers admit it lasts only a few weeks...

Which is why this course is a must have if you STILL plan on attending any golf school in the future...

If you insist on going to a Golf School*, Golf Swing Control will show you how to remember all of the instruction you learn in a golf school.

* You probably won't need to go to a golf school.*

But if you do, think about the thousands of dollars in instruction you could save... and put towards vacations where you PLAY golf rather than constantly re-learning your swing.

Suppose you want to come to me instead... My rates are $1000 per day. In person It will take some time to make sure you have it completely. But you really shouldn't need me there...

One more thing, at the bottom of this page will be a pile of testimonies from golfers who have used and stand behind the Golf Swing Control Instruction course...

Keep in mind that this same instruction in person is $120/hour or $1000/day...

The Golf Swing Control Instruction Course - What you'll get:

  • The download version of the original Golf Swing Control Manual - This version originally sold for $97 in download version and $147 for the hard copy.(When you download the course, you can get the manual printed out rather economically)

  • You will have my email address to ask questions - But there's a catch... I will know if you haven't read the manual, so follow directions for the best results.

I've added some bonuses to the package:

  • The original Golf Swing Control Newsletters - These are the newsletters that were the original research for Golf Swing Control where I interacted with over 5000 students world wide to ensure that GSC would be easy to understand.

  • The GSC weight distribution diagram - Gives a bird's-eye view of where the weight should be felt throughout the golf swing.

  • The quick Swing fix checklist - A quick reference to help you get your game back under control if things stray a little.

  • Email support - You'll be able to email me with your questions which I usually answer within 24 hours.(I used to charge an extra $50 for the email service.)

Total price for the download version - $97 $47 for a limited time only.

NOTE: This version does not have any videos other than the free videos you should already have seen.

Golfers who read the manual without videos improved 36% faster than golfers who viewed videos with their course - so the videos are gone.

Successful testing of this unique golf training program with over 7000 golfers world-wide revealed:

When used alone or added to their current program,
golfers have reported consistently gaining:

  • Longer drives landing on the fairway.(up to 30 yards longer)
  • More accurate approach shots to the green.
  • A mental edge for better focus, confidence, and lower scores.
  • Fast, consistent improvement that stays with you over time.
  • High handicap golfers quickly dropping into the 80's.
  • Mid Handicap golfers playing scratch golf.
  • Low handicap golfers playing in the 60's, winning Club Championships, and tying course records.
  • No more frustration wondering what's wrong or how long it will take to find your golf game again.

Again, I mean it: If you have questions, feel free to call me personally at 239-227-7989... I will be the one answering the phone. Good luck getting Leadbetter, Rick Smith or Butch Harmon on the phone... or ever seeing them in person at a golf school for that matter.

The real value is the feeling you get when you realize:

  • You've just played 18 holes with the same ball you started with...

  • That your partners are now watching you with respectful silence each time you step up to the tee to launch your next rocket...

  • That you're the one who's going to be keeping the money at the end of the round from now on...

  • You will never find a faster, easier way to get your swing permanently under control so you can start enjoying longer drives and more wins on the golf course.

  • You're no longer "that golfer" in the foursome with all of the answers (you read in forums or in a golf book) but with no game to back it up... Now you have the REAL answers and your game shows it!

Don't hesitate, order to download this treasure now for a better game starting tomorrow.

Satisfied Golf Swing Control Golfers...

I tried to get out of the bet as I'm working on my game...

I don't even know where to start. I sent off for your manual Monday night the 9th, got home Thursday from work and there it was. I started to read it when I went to bed that night and by midnight, I was out in the front yard swinging the club. Your setup routine really got a grip of me from the start.

I have been playing golf for a long while and the best I have shot is an 88 from the championship tees. My norm is about 90 - 93. Well, I got a phone call this morning at 8am (Sunday 15th) from one of the guys I play with. He said, "I have 2 tee times at 9:30 do you want to play?"

Well sure I did. I got to the course and the other guys are all low handicaps. They all asked what the bet was as we went to the first tee, and as norm its $20 a man winner takes all. I tried to get out of the bet as I'm working on my game, but all I got was a whole lot of boos, so I said ok, I'm in.

Well, from the first tee I never looked back. Your setup routine, along with the dynamic balance put me in a whole new zone. I was hitting my driver 260+ and picking the line I wanted every time. I hit one drive into the green side bunker, 337 yards, (a slight pull left) but the thing that stands out the most for my game was the visualization.

It put the ball where I wanted it all day long. I was playing off a 19 handicap and one of the guys with me was playing off 7. Well, I shot a 78, and so did he. I creamed them one else came close.

Jamie, the 7 handicap asked me at the end, "How did you turn it around like that! You really gave me a game there!"

I said its only going to get better from here, and the best thing of all is.....I'm only on page 56 of the manual and I still have the ball I started with on the first tee!

Thanks for letting me enjoy my game again,
John McGeary,
Dallas, TX

He wasn't sure, so he just tried the setup routine...

......I hit balls today and used the setup technique on the website.
All I can say is WOW!

I was hitting the ball consistently on the sweet spot and hitting really nice golf shots. I used some Titleist club fitting stickers my club has and that is how I was noticing how pure I was striking the ball. I could also feel when it wasn't right and when a shot didn't go where I had intended, I could feel why.

Just on that alone I offer my thanks.

Ross Mosher,
Middletown, OH

The secret of the transition from the backswing to the downswing... In a single paragraph...

When 6 Top instructors could not answer it in person... And it worked!

...I have attended Mclean in NYC, Leadbetter in South Carolina, Gravity Golf in Florida, Golf Tek in Atlanta and Pennick in Austin and gone to that golf camp in Tampa that teaches you on their course for not one, but two weeks.

I have read Pennick, Hogan, Mclean, Leadbetter, Woods, and Faldo's books. I have watched the Golf Channel religiously. I subscribe to both Golf Mag and Golf Digest.

The point I am making is that I searched the entire golf instruction industry for the answer to the question that you gave me in a paragraph.

Until you, no one else could give me the simple movement solution you did and I obviously could not "find" it on my own....

You made something that has eluded me, and any instructor who has ever evaluated me, come together in an instant.

Maybe I was on the verge of a "breakthrough", but it wouldn't have happened without your insight.

Mike Tammierillo
Denver, CO

...during tournaments I could never break 80...

I'm 15 years old and golf every single day. Occasionally I would fire some rounds in the low 70s, but during tournaments I could never break 80.

I first read your information about a week ago and the first day I tried your setup routine. I was hitting the ball awesome, consistently.

From that day I had 4 days to prepare for my tournament. All 4 days of practice I shot in the mid to low 70s. Then the real test came. The first day of the tournament I played great. I hit 13 greens, missed only 2 fairways, and was averaging about 270 per drive. My driving distance went up about 50 yards and I hit 8 more greens than my average. I shot a 77 missing 4 birdies inside ten feet, 3 3-putts, and 3 missed 3-footers. I could have easily shot under par.

The second day I putted a little better and struck the ball about the same. I shot a 74 missing 3 3-footers and won my tournament by 7 strokes. I had finally broke 80 in a tournament.

Thanks for helping me win a trophy and a $320 gift certificate to the pro shop!

Micah Pastula
Ft.Myers Florida

At first I said no, but he persisted...

Hello Tracy,

I was wowed today.

I was practicing at my local driving range and one of my teachers (this guy gave me one 30 minutes lesson once) was going to the course with another guy. It's a 9 holes course, all Par 3. Anyway, I was just warming up and he turned to me and said, "Jo, come play with us." I had just arrived and made probably less then 10 warm up shots with my 8 iron. At first I said no, but he persisted so I went off with them.

Thank you so much for these routines. I didn't slice a single shot today.

I was wowed at a 145 meters PAR 3 hole, when I hit my 6 Iron against a strong wind and the ball landed on the green and stopped immediately, digging a small hole in it. I scored 3 strokes on that hole and my teacher scored 4. He looked at me and said, "You're handicap 28 my a$$!".

This was already the best hole of my short golf life. You cannot imagine the wind! I finished an amazing +7, my teacher +2, and the other guy, handicap 15 finished +12!

Your manual is my bible! Thank you so much for this REALLY impressive and valuable info.

Best regards,

Joao Vaz,

Is Golf Instruction Messing Up Your Game?

I wanted to pass on a GREAT story that happened to me today at the range.

I was going through my routine, hitting some good shots, and the person next to me was receiving an hour of instruction. He wasn't getting anywhere, and to be real honest the instruction wasn't very good.

Well, when I'd glance over and watch this guy swing I could SEE his right foot rolling over and his right knee straightening and going to the right and then I could SEE his weight dramatically shift to outside his left foot and his left knee would swing out.

His instructor outfitted him with some weird contraption and told him to swing it back because, "he had to build muscle memory." When he did this, you could still SEE his balance way off.
Basically, the instructor was saying EVERYTHING that you don't! It was sadly comical. The instruction was going nowhere.
You could tell the poor sap was frustrated (I know I've been there).

So his instruction finishes and he decides he's going to hit another bucket to work on it all . He turns to me and says, "I see you hit the ball pretty well, do you notice anything?" (I promise this story is real) I say, suppressing laughter because a mere four days ago I was in the same boat as this guy, "Why don't you try this......."

To nobody's surprise but this guy's, he sends a beautiful 8-iron shot high in the air and straight. I then proceeded to tell him my story about how your's is the greatest golf instruction I've ever received and 4 days ago my shots were uglier than his and I gave him the web site address. Now he's hitting some good looking golf shots.

Now here's the kicker...he pulls out his wallet and offers ME $70 and says, "I just paid that bastard in there $70 and he didn't do a damn thing so I might as well pay it to somebody that helped!" I politely refused and told him to visit your site.

If going from a hack to a "golf instructor" in 4-days isn't the best testimony to your instruction, then I don't know what is!!!

Thanks again!

The mindset that separates professional golfers from amateurs.

"I've worked with Tracy for years and had nothing but success. His visualization techniques are the best I have ever seen, and his ground breaking Dynamic Balance routines are something that every golfer, whether beginner or professional should use."

Gary Brewer II, PGA Professional

"I have had more success, higher finishes, and bigger paychecks in the 2 months since I worked with Tracy than I did in the previous 4 years... and the results have been almost instantaneous."

Curtis Knight
Jacksonville, Florida

If your goal is a better, more consistent game with better ball striking and fewer mistakes, read on...

Nick never expected to break 80...

After only 1 hour with Tracy, Nick shot a 67 his first time out
after an 8 month layoff due to an injury.

"I never expected to break 80..."

Click here to hear his story.

No time for practice?..

Hi Tracy,

I am a golfer playing off a 3 handicap who plays on average once every 5 weeks, so it sometimes difficult to maintain the handicap. However, I regularly get comments from my fellow peers asking how I maintain a good strike/control whilst playing minimal golf.

I have read many books over the years, and all have been of benefit, but I think the way you have explained the effectiveness of the swing is simple and easy to digest.

I now enjoy my golf more than ever, having developed a mental attitude that used to come as second nature when I was playing a lot of amateur golf in my younger days.

The benefits have been forthcoming, winning back to back club championships (at my local course) and the handicap match play title in the same year.

I used to play golf with Phil Price at junior level (European PGA pro)back in the 80's and almost feel that I could now give him a run for his money!

Paul Brown
Wales (UK)

Maybe you don't need any more instruction...

Hi Tracy,
I just wanted to start off by saying that I am progressing very nicely. I am making shots like never before. I went from 220-250 off of the tee to 270-290 almost religiously. I cracked one 329 the other day as well (although it was down hill). My iron play has dramatically changed as well; on target and a lot longer.

I thought I was a good player before this but now I realize there is much more out there.

Thank you,
Jimmy Termine
Rockland County
New York

Too old to improve your golf game?

Hi Tracy,

The Golf Swing Control manual has been a revelation to my golf game. I am a 15.8 index but not for long. I am hitting the ball off the tee 50 yards further than I ever have in my life and my irons are now 10-15 yards longer.

The funny part is that I am 63 and playing the longest golf of my life.

I am now hitting my drives 280+ and in the fairway. My length is now allowing me to hit 9s and PWs rather than 5 or 6s.

Well that is it from Northern Illinois. The weather is finally getting warm after a miserable winter and it is time to lower my index to single digits.

Thanks for connecting to my brain,

Christopher Heller
Barrington, Il

"Dropped from an 18 handicap, struggling to catch a par now and then... down to scratch golf."


At the end of the golf season last fall, shooting sub par was as easy as walking down the street to get a beer (this IS Milwaukee).

I played no less than 5 rounds a week for three weeks right before it turned cold (a guy has to have his priorities in order). Each time I played during that streak, I was below par by anywhere from two to three strokes (depending on the course). I didn't lose a single golf ball for the entire run.

My shot was so smooth and so effortless that I tried hitting over a water obstacle to shorten a long par 5 one day. That very same hole previously cost me three golf balls and six strokes over three separate rounds this past spring. The tee shot for that hole has to be no less than 320 yards (a conservative estimate). There's not many golfers that haven't tried and failed to overcome the water on that hole. I can still feel the shot because it was like nothing I've ever felt before. An easy as pie swing that was as smooth as glass. When the ball left I thought I could hear it sizzle. When it landed and finished its roll out, I was WAY out past the water sitting in the fairway about 60 yards from the green looking at an eagle approach (yes sir, I eagled THAT hole).

It gets better...the last round I played before everything closed down for the winter was up at Fire Ridge (North of Milwaukee). I played in the short grass the entire round. Killed another eagle and put down five birdies. Best of all, no bogey holes for the entire round (that's seven under par). The longest putt I had was a 30 footer, uphill, against the grain on 15 and I drained it like a sink.

My score at the end of the round was 65. That 18 hole score was better than my all time best 66, 22 years ago and this was a tougher course.

I know that you get letters all the time telling you how much of an improvement your golf philosophy makes in someone's game. Just wanted you to know that what you have taken the time to share with us hacks out here works as advertised.

Your philosophy works like nothing else I've ever tried or read about and I am just glad you took the time to share it with the rest of us. That is what's important in all this.

Looking forward to hot weather, fast greens,
Roger Hammersmith
Kenosha, WI

I'm not asking you to abandon traditional instruction...

I put my reputation on the line Saturday and decided that the first thing that I would address with each pupil at the clinic was their balance throughout the swing.

Normally, the first thing I address is their grip, then stance, then posture, etc...

I must admit that they got results quicker using the dynamic balance approach than I get normally.

And the magnitude of the improvement was such that they were amazed at their shot consistency.

While the other fundamentals are still very important to the golf swing, and I will never abandon them. I will be using your techniques with all my students from now on.
Thank you,

John Barree
Dallas, TX

13+ years chasing a golf swing...

Hi Tracy,

After 13+ years of chasing a golf swing, for the first time I feel like I know what to look for and feel in my golf swing.

Your information makes sense, your drills are helpful, and the way you hammer home the same consistent message is much appreciated. What is interesting is my focus is better and centered on the right thing and my practices are more productive...

I feel like a student studying hard and learning about something that excites me.

Thanks for the direction and support.

Doug Mejia
Anaheim, CA

PS: I am having more fun practicing and golfing than I have in a long time.

John Butcher shot an opening round 65 to win his Club Championship just 2 weeks after starting Golf Swing Control.....

Hi Tracy,
I am a delighted customer....

I spent more time with my setup routine and visualization techniques than anything else. But what you managed to teach me in the course of a few days over the Internet is simply amazing!

I couldn't quite figure out why I wasn't getting that "spank the back of the ball" feeling with my driver and that little draw that comes from a well-struck inside-out swing. Well, it's back. And if I lose it on the course, I can make and feel the adjustments to get back on track.

Thanks for everything. Best,
John Butcher,
Columbia, MO

Bill won The Kentucky State Seniors his first time out.....

What can I say? When I started your program, I was inconsistent to say the least but had a goal to reach 3 handicap from a 5. My last 6 scores are 72 from the tips (7000 yard course), 72, 74 with a triple bogey (dumb mental mistake), 69 and 70.

My index is now 2.7 and I have more confidence that I am going down even more, possibly scratch. Every aspect from driving, iron play, chipping, putting and bunker play has improved immeasurably.

This is getting fun again and I am 57 years old.
I have never driven the ball as far as I am now. I am 5'8" and 155 lbs and out-drive my playing competitors who are much, much bigger than me. They can't believe what they see but are getting use to it.

Thanks so much for your efforts as I am having the ball of my life.

Bill Engle,
Louisville, KY

Excited in Ireland.....

Hi Tracy,
Just a quick update on where my game is.

For the past 10 weeks, I am getting much more consistent and am regularly playing to my handicap of 13. However the last 2 rounds have been very special.

I shot 7 over 79 gross on a course I never played before. This included two bad double bogeys on 9 and 18. Then last Sunday, I shot 36 points for 15 holes in the club winter competition, with no score on the 1st hole. I played 2 to 11 in 2 under par!

Thanks for all the help. I can't wait for the new season to start next March.

John O'Shea

Roy dropped 11 strokes after a 6 year layoff from golf.....

Great Book. The 1st time I tried it, I shot 86 which was 11-12 strokes under what I've been shooting recently since I re-started playing after laying off 6 yrs.....Then a 90 and then only 7 over on 9 holes.

What I find SO GREAT is that the power generated is unbelievable and again like you said... after the magic move... the swing is over so quickly with astonishing results and WITH NO EFFORT AT ALL. I cannot believe how easily I am hitting all my clubs and with EFFORTLESS POWER.

No more hitting buckets of balls to keep my swing...just those swing exercises you recommend and a couple times at the range. That is the reason I am happy. I don't have to struggle with this game and I can still be a decent player without having to play so often.

Roy Tanouye
Henderson, NV

Legally blind and played golf for only a year...

...After receiving your Golf Swing Control Course, I did as you advised and read through it without doing the drills. Since reading it I have played two rounds on two of the most difficult par three courses where I live. One course is long by design and the other, due to the wind Gods.

Thanks to the Golf Swing Control Course I shot a 32 and a 33, (5 and 6 over par) concentrating on nothing but balance. My pitching and chipping have improved dramatically, but more impressive to me is how confident I feel standing over a shot.

What my score does not indicate is the fact that I am legally blind and have played golf for only a year.

I play with a coach who lines me up on the tee and advises me on wind, hole placement and any other matters of importance. She lines up my putts after I have walked them for distance. I mention this because my coach was not available for the two rounds I spoke of earlier. I played with two neighbors who have been golfing for three months and neither had ever helped me play.

But, the fact is without your Course I would never have had the confidence to feel comfortable playing without my golf coach.

Thank you
Cheryl Fisher
The Villages, FL

I have received your Golf Swing Control Course and it is great!

It is the perfect learning tool.

You have the wonderful ability as an author to take words and transform them into pictures in the mind for easy learning. And of course, make it simple to transform into a perfect golf swing. It's truly exciting. I couldn't put it down. It is a most valuable tool for finally doing it the right way on the golf course and being able to get the true feel of how it should be done.

Thank you Tracy for finally putting it all into a form that can be learned.
Dr. Bradley Semegon
Jacksonville, Fl

...fighting years of poor swing habits...

...I've gone through the book and I like it. I have at least a half dozen swing books, and I subscribe to a couple of golf magazines. The basic full swing as described in these books is correct, but each author uses his own words to give the reader an image of what point he is trying to teach.

I find that your description is the best and most detailed that I have seen. It fills in a lot of gaps that the other books skip over. Great job.

As for my game, I am fighting years of poor swing habits and as I seek to rebuild my swing, I am inconsistent. When I do execute the swing the way I am trying to, it feels great and my goal is to capture that feeling.
Your book has given me renewed inspiration to keep at it.

John McNicholas
Middletown, NJ

I used to struggle with the game because I really did not understand the mechanics...

...I worked with your book from Sept to early October. (It's getting too cold to play outside now). I used to struggle with the game because I really did not understand the mechanics of the swing.

Not only do I understand the mechanics now, but you have also highlighted all the subtle points of a golf swing that really make the mechanics work.

I truly believe you have captured this complex swing in its simplest steps.

I am going to work through the winter on my swing so I may have some questions but so far I am still trying to integrate your concepts into the swing. The scores are improving but the best part is that I am not so frustrated by the game.

It is a wonderful book and I hope you have much success with it.

Bob Calvert,
Toronto, Canada

I started reading your book and could not put it down for hours. You are the first person I have taken lessons from that has a complete understanding of the golf swing and how to play the game.

I have a 13 handicap and shot 5 over par today on a very difficult golf course. I kept one thought in mind, balance, balance, balance!! I hit the ball so pure, straight, and long.

I still have a minor problem moving off the ball on the backswing but I am sure your book will answer that question.


Thanks so much.

Charles F. Bridgeman
Chesterfield, VA

But will the results last?

Last winter I attended a very well known golf school for 5 days. The results were amazing, but they seemed to disappear once I left the school.

Your program has been a godsend. I cannot tell you how much it has helped me and how quickly it helped. The results are repeatable and consistent.

I have been so impressed with your program that I have suggested it to many friends. I hope that they get as much benefit as I did.

Keep up the good work.
Brian Norris

So is it really worth it?......

I have read the books of every major instructor in the country. I have also taken lessons from some of the top teachers notably Harmon and Ballard. As a solid 7 handicap, using your book finally helped me break through.

I have had your book 2 days and I already have grasped it and can do it.

It came faster for me because some of the stuff is what Jimmy Ballard showed me, which is great stuff. The problem I had with Jimmy was that I could hit it straight but not long. Now I know why.....

I went to the driving range and did what you said and the ball exploded off the club face. I have many friends on the PGA tour and have played rounds with many of them. So I know what "tour" shots look like. I personally have hit many great shots, but your method has me knocking the fire out of the ball every single time. My old swing focused on guiding the hands to the right position at impact. With your method the golf ball is gone so fast I could not do that if I tried.

I just wanted to say thank you and I will be telling my friends about your book.
Thank you for everything.
F. Harber
Dallas, Texas

I consider myself a complete golf novice...

Your information is amazing! It's like magic!

I consider myself a complete golf novice. I started like you. Somebody suggested I should try it. I did and I was hooked. I took 3 golf lessons (most of the information I have already forgotten) I have played a few times on some 9 hole golf courses and 1 time on a municipal golf course, which was more frustrating than I want to admit; but still had fun. For the most part I was happy if I just hit the golf ball at all.

I have read your first 4 chapters and have applied them to my golf swing and without fail I hit the golf ball dead on every time...

Thank you.
Novice Golfer in Santa Barbara

He has "It" in just 2 weeks......

I just wanted to update you on my progress. I ordered the manual and before it could come I had the 3 worst rounds of my career. I was playing 5-6 times a week and decided to give it a rest. I took 2 weeks off and read the entire manual twice just to make sure I didn't miss anything. I started working with the drills and re-reading the parts I felt were most important.

So after my 2-week break I came back on fire! I shot 68, 72, and 73 last weekend.

My handicap has dropped from a 7 to a 4 in under 2 weeks.

I missed the course record by 1 stroke, due to a missed eagle that came up less than an inch short.

I hit 94% greens and 98% fairways on my last round. I have also lost the fade that has been there for nearly 18 years.

So far the only downside is I have discovered that I need to get my clubs fitted again. I plan on taking (and passing) the PGA Playing Ability Test in the fall of 2006.

Jason Black
USAF Germany

Scott still isn't sure how I knew.....

One word... Wow! That is pretty darn impressive. You are right on the money with the setup.....

But what really blows my mind is that you knew I was straightening up as I looked at the target. I thought you were nuts until I teed it up in my living room and went through the routine without thinking about it. Sure enough, knee bend while stepping up to the ball, and adjusting my height as I looked down the hall. Can't wait to give it a swing outside.

Scott Johnson

Fred Logan writes...

"After finishing your course, with review and practice at home, my first three rounds resulted in scores of 78, 75 and 76."

Hi Tracy!

I started playing golf when I was 13. I am now 57. I've played on and off the whole time (mostly off during college and the first 15 or so years after that), but without much instruction. In the last few years I started paying close attention to watching the pros to improve my swing. The first thing I noticed was their feet. For the vast majority, except during the follow-thru, they didn't move as mine were! About 3 years ago I had an instructor put a small piece of wood under my right arch (I'm a right-hander) and told me to keep the pressure on that piece of wood because my right foot was rolling out during my backswing. That's when I started to realize the importance of keeping the weight on the arches. But...I wasn't instructed as to why and therefore didn't realize the huge important part that balance played in the entire swing.

Fast forward. I happened upon your course on the Net and watched your critique of Sergio Garcia's swing and his imbalance that resulted in a two-plane swing that he had to correct on his downswing. My mind lit up when I got to your website and listened to the free clips. I had already bought into the theory of a good swing coming from the ground up, but didn't know exactly why or how to visualize the components into an entire swing without consciously thinking of each part.

I ordered your course a few weeks ago and did exactly as you suggested. Completely read through all 215 pages before watching the DVD's. What I didn't expect was how completely I understood what you were talking about and how it all made such good sense. There is no mystery, just body mechanics and pure facts. I began to practice the setup, paying attention to my balance, arches, pre-setting the right hip, and the backswing. Before the course, I dreaded the take-away because I couldn't seem to ever get a coordinated feeling when starting the move. BUT, by pre-setting the right hip by slightly leaning to the right, the take-away immediately felt coordinated and "right" by simply turning the chest. In addition, being aware of the connection factor of your arms and chest makes the backswing nearly as automatic as the downswing when you simply turn your chest to start the backswing.

You mentioned your back problems in your blog. I had been a runner since 1984. Since that time, I've had 8 surgeries. Four knee surgeries (torn medial meniscus), one shoulder surgery (2 bones were not clearing and they were shaved back), a ruptured plantar fascia in my right foot (from 21 years of running), and two back surgeries. The plantar fascia surgery required 6 weeks on 2 crutches without ever allowing the right foot to touch the ground. In my first back surgery in 2005 the disc between L4 and L5 was trimmed. And to round out my back problems, a major back surgery in February of 2007 where the discs between L4-L5 and L5-S1 ruptured and I had to have a double fusion of the vertebrae with bone from my right hip. I now have 2 titanium rods and 6 screws still in my back. I kept breaking and they kept fixing me. I gave up the impact of running after the first back surgery in 2005 and took up swimming and limited weight lifting to continue strengthening my upper body and muscles surrounding my lower back.

With all those surgeries you would think I couldn't even swing a club. But through rehab, swimming and strength training I've kept in the game. My scores were consistently in the lower 80's. I could never reach the 70's. After finishing your course, with review and practice at home, my first three rounds resulted in scores of 78, 75 and 76. I can't tell you how much I appreciate the amount of work you have put into this and how easy it is to grasp and understand.

Many golfers have long since given up on improving their game and have resigned themselves to higher scores and frustrating rounds. I know because I have played with them and I'm sure you have as well. Your course isn't based on just your personal experience in the game, but rather with researched facts on how you can achieve a desired goal by understanding how the human body responds mentally and physically to visualized movements based on balance and proper mechanics. This is what sets your course apart from all the rest. Its not a compilation of "tricks and tips". Its a complete understanding of how and why our bodies and minds work as they do. Its the basis for understanding why and with understanding, you don't need a "trick" to improve, just practice doing what your body is built to accomplish by working in harmony with gravity and balance. Above all, it makes perfect sense.

Thank you.


Fred Logan
Rainsville, AL

Picture an audience of your fellow golfers and club employees...

As they gather around the 18th green to watch you hole out your putt to win the Club Championship.

They admire your precision as you attack the golf course......

They all secretly want to play a round of golf with you to get a chance to see your graceful swing and watch you work the ball. They want to know your golf "secret"......

.....If they only knew how easy it really is......

You have the golf swing other golfers will want to sit and watch as you practice.....

If they can actually catch you practicing, since you won't need much practice once you understand where shot control really comes from....

It has already happened to a number of members......a few members have even won 2 different Club Championships in the same year!

Don't hesitate, order now for a better game as soon as tomorrow.