New formula for effortlessly reaching any greens in regulation This book answers the single most important question in golf, which is how very long shots can be produced from seemingly effortless swings. Every golfer has experienced the phenomenon of hitting very long shots with seemingly easy and effortless swings on rare occasions. If it is known how these long and effortless shots can be repeated, golf will become much less difficult. Using slow motion picture sequences of champions, the exact key factors used by champions to create the most efficient swing for maximum distances are identified. By presenting for the first time simple distance generating formulas, the book shows how relatively little energy is needed to produce long shots. A new way is presented to precisely feel clubhead speed to increase it. These explain why champions can hit so far with balance and seemingly modest effort.
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