This is Taylor Connor and Paul Hobart, Directors of Instruction for Keys to Consistent Golf. Hopefully we’ve grabbed your attention with the headline above but we imagine before you invest 15 minutes of your time for 21 days following the advice from someone you may have never heard of before, you’ve got a couple of questions that need answering.
Question #1. “If I learn to draw the ball just like a pro, will it really add at least 17 yards to my shots?”
These are very important questions that need answering, aren’t they? And we imagine before you try anything even if it’s a totally risk free offer like this one, you won’t waste your time on something that doesn’t answer these questions.
We can totally understand your skepticism because all too often these days, outlandish claims and promises are made that can never be kept, especially as far as golf products are concerned.
“If I learn to draw the ball just like a pro, will it really add at least 17 yards to my shots?”
Well, in 1981 Golf Digest Magazine did an extensive test into the differences between a fade and a draw. They setup a driving machine to swing at 90 mph which is an average swing speed for a 5 to 10 handicapper. Then they set the driver at 1? degrees closed to produce a draw and 1? degrees open to produce a fade while keeping the swing angle and angle of attack the same for both shape of shots.
Statistics Used In This Diagram Come From The Test “Golf Digest” Did In Determining The Differences Between A Fade And A Draw.
The differences found between a fade and a draw were HUGE as the drawn shots averaged 233 yards in carry and roll, the fades only 216. The lower flying draws also rolled further than the higher-soaring fades, 16 or 17 yards compared with less than nine for the fades – because the landing angle was less severe. But the draws also carried further than a fade, an average of 217 yards for the draws and less than 208 for the fades.
Hopefully this scientific evidence has shown you that it’s entirely possible for you to gain at least 17 yards in distance simply by learning to draw the ball. And from our experience of golfers who’ve changed from a fade/slice ball flight to a draw ball flight, this 17-yard increase in distance is conservative, very conservative!
Completing this system has increased my distance a lot with all my clubs from wedge to the driver. With the driver I have gained fifty yards.
Well, fading or slicing the ball is a habit just as exercising or not exercising is and it’s been scientifically proven that it takes at least 21 days to change a habit.
Now we must be totally honest about our claim of being able to draw the ball just like a pro in only 21 days, and although it’s totally possible most people who complete this system find it takes over a month to be able to consistently do this.
The reason for this is because MOST golfers who can’t draw the ball consistently have faded or sliced the ball since they started playing golf and to change a deeply rooted habit like this generally takes more time than 21 days.
Having said that, if you’ve been fading or slicing the ball a long time and if after 21 days of diligently following my instructions you’re not at least drawing some shots and hitting the ball longer we want you to ask for your money back!
In fact, we are so confident that you’ll be hitting the ball longer and straighter after 21 days that we are not gonna give you some wimpy guarantee like “try it for 30 days and if you don’t like it, send it back.”
Because this system does and will work for almost everyone and that’s why… Read more…