Saturday, March 22, 2014



FORT PIERCE, Florida - The OVER THE TOP GOLF® instructional eBook will be given away absolutely free to anyone who orders it during April 2014. The reason for this is twofold, one, because introducing this wonderful new golf swing method to golfers everywhere helps it to become even more well-known and, two, I want to obtain your feedback on how your golf swing has either improved or maybe, not improved as a result. This month, hopefully, will become a great learning experience for both of us.

The OVER THE TOP GOLF® swing method consists of just five set-up changes that, when added to your existing swing, will enable you to hit a golf ball longer and straighter than before. Whether or not you have that all-too-familiar outside-in, or "over the top" golf swing path, this method is going to surprise you. Not only because it's so simple that you'll wonder why nobody ever thought of it before now, but also because you'll see the golf ball coming off your club face like a bullet. You won't achieve results like this anywhere else - not with Butch Harmon, not with David Leadbetter, not with Hank Haney nor with any other golf pro charging hundreds of dollars for their lessons. The OVER THE TOP GOLF® swing is so easy to learn that you'll see an incredible improvement in days, not weeks or months.

There must be a catch because nothing is free in this world, right? That, my friend, is correct and here it is. Whomever purchases the OVER THE TOP GOLF® instructional eBook for the regular price of fifteen dollars has only to send me an email describing your experience - whether good or not so good - learning and using my golf swing method, and I will refund the purchase price in full. A one-hundred word description will suffice but, please, don't give away the five set-up changes in your article. I plan to publish both positive and negative reviews so if you wish to remain anonymous, just indicate it in your email.

Since 2009, when I published the first article about the OVER THE TOP GOLF® swing method, I sold hundreds of instructional DVDs before switching the the instructional eBook that I currently offer. After selling hundreds of these as well, there has been exactly one person in all that time who expressed dissatisfaction with my product! I had funny a feeling about that guy when he emailed me one day after making his payment asking where his DVD was. While I hope that all of your reviews will be positive, there may be those who have trouble adapting to the OVER THE TOP GOLF® swing. Hearing from you - in fact, relaying your experiences to everyone else can only help to shed light on the one thing that all of us hope to achieve when we tee it up. To be the last one in our foursomes to hit our second shots.

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Sunday, March 2, 2014


Within the broad spectrum of humans who play golf you'll find good and bad golfers, experienced ones and beginners, some for whom golf is a passion and others who rarely ever write their name on a scorecard. Pretty much the only thing they have in common is that they all took at least one golf lesson. I wonder what's the average number of lessons golfers take?

This article is about whether or not golf lessons are for you. There has to be the desire to learn and to improve, of course. So many of us wander out to the first tee without benefit of even a few range balls. And as far as practice goes? No, thanks. These aren't necessarily bad golfers, mind you. They have become comfortable with their slices, dubs, moon-shots and worm-burners. I know plenty of guys and gals who can hack their way around a course in the mid-eighties pretty consistently and they're happy with that.

Others of us, and I was definitely a member of this club, are always looking for a way to improve; to hit that nice high draw off the tee box and then land a softly faded iron shot close to the hole. My game was about being short off the tee and then hitting seven and nine woods in on the par 4s. In a good many attempts to conquer my over the top golf swing and get my club moving "on a proper plane" I took lessons. And guess what happened? I got a little better. But not for long. I was back to my wicked ways in no time except now I was carrying just a little bit more baggage.

There are so many theories regarding golf swings that it's hard to know which is right for you. That dilemma is compounded by the fact that as you get better, what the teaching pros expect you to do becomes more complicated. Over The Top Golf is different because you get to use your own swing, regardless of how terrible it might be. With just five set-up changes you'll soon be hitting them longer and dead-straight. The reasoning is that what you've become most comfortable doing is what you do best. Even if it's bad, it's still where your strength is. And it's on this foundation you'll build your future swing.

The rule of thumb as far as I'm concerned is if you have the potential to be a really good golfer and have the time and inclination to practice, try a golf pro for lessons. As unsuited as they are to teaching new tricks to old dogs, they might be an absolute necessity if you want to get really, really good. Like shooting rounds in the 60s good. For those of us who can't coax our bodies into doing all of the unnatural things called for in a "proper golf swing", consider learning my OVER THE TOP GOLF swing. It's a great golf instructional eBook and like I said, it's simply your own swing plus five set-up changes.

The golf swing is considered to be one of the most complicated things in life to master. Among those who have been humbled by the game are pro athletes who excelled at different sports, some of them who were champions and future hall of famers. Only a very select few ever get it right, I'd venture to say less than 1%. Nearly all of the retired professional athletes who play golf would love to be playing on the Champions Tour but none of them are, are they?

So are golf lessons for you? Or is something like OVER THE TOP GOLF what you are really looking for and what you really need?

As far as I'm concerned, if I didn't invent this swing I would have given up the game by now. Why? Well, I play for money. Don't you?


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Reprinted from the Over The Top Golf blog, December 13, 2009