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Saturday, October 15, 2011

Golf Swing Trainers That Actually Work!

The Medicus is the top selling golf swing trainer ever. Medicus golf swing trainers are coveted by amateurs who want to quickly identify any defects in their golf swing. These training clubs are also a favorite of PGA tour pros as well. In fact, the Medicus was voted the #1 golf training club by golf professionals an incredible seven years in a row!

For years now, tour pros and amateurs alike have turned to Medicus training clubs to keep their golf swings in razor sharp shape. But the folks at Medicus weren't content to rest on their laurels. Instead of only selling the hugely popular Medicus 5 iron, they have improved upon an already cutting edge design to introduce an even better crop of golf swing training clubs.

The Medicus Dual 2000 5-Iron Trainer, Medicus Dual Hinge Driver, and Medicus Dual Hinge 7-Iron are now better than ever before. No wonder golf legends like Jack Lumpkin (a former PGA champ and one of the top 100 golf instructors) and Mark O'Meara (winner of 16 PGA Tour victories) use and endorse these golf trainers.

The Medicus Dual Training Pack is a perfect choice for amateurs and pros who are serious about fixing their swing and lowering their scores. The Dual Pack includes both the patented Medicus Dual Hinge Driver and a patented Dual 2000 5-Iron. They've even tossed in a couple of ground breaking DVDs, the "Top Tips" DVD and the "Drive Like a Pro" DVD. To order yours, simply order online now.

Make sure you buy these training clubs from the official Medicus site, you'll get FREE shipping and ships within 24 hours.

If you do decide to buy the swing trainers on Ebay, CraigsList or ANY place else - BUYER BEWARE!! You may not get the FREE gifts like the Introduction to Stack and Tilt DVD. This astounding DVD will change the way you think about your game by delivering you a solution to achieving distance and accuracy that's so simple it's downright spooky! Best of all it builds on what you learn with the Medicus.

...and shipping time could take forever if any of these non Medicus sites have a weak supply chain.

Also, if you have any order issues with any of these non Medicus Golf Sites, are you confident they will be resolved in a timely manner??...

Something to think about...

Play well.

John Lynch

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Saturday, October 1, 2011

Millions of golf swing theories, but which one actually works?

I've been an avid golfer for about 15 years now. I picked up the game when I was in middle school and the addiction has only gotten worse as my financial stability has gotten better. I've always been the kind of guy that when something new hits the market, I've gotta be the first to purchase it and test it on the course. So much so, that I opened a golf shop in Southern California. The lowest I've ever gotten my handicap to is a 2.3 according to USGA indexing. Like any other golfer I'm on a the quest to grove the perfect swing for my body and break par consistently. I always thought new technology was the key, but guess what, it's not. What we golfers need to get into our head is that it's the pilot NOT the airplane.

I started to looking into new swing theories, stack n' tilt, L to L, and the classic bryon swing. What I figured out was that all these swing theories are essentially the same but they are taylored for people with different body types and different athletic abilities. I'm a fairly fit individual, 5'10" and 175 lbs. I can hit my drives consistently around 270 yds (I'm not the guy who says he averages 300 and can barely get it off the tee) but I am fairly straight.

After researching tons of different theories, I came across the simple golf swing. The concept of this swing is incredibly simple and the way it works best is that the visualization of the swing in the golfer is made VERY easy. I truly believe that visualizing your swing and your shot prior to your actual shot is how low handicapers are able to play at that level. They can visually see the entire swing in their head and see how the ball will fly, and with that visualization its so much easier to replicate that image. What's awesome about this swing theory is that it gives you easy images to copy and then take to the range with you. Being a low handicapper I'm always suspect about new swing theories but this one actually works. I've let my friends who are begginers borrow the video and they were able to get up and running after a few weeks at the range. One of them actually broke 100 the second time he ever stepped on the course after watching the videos. Here's the basics:

1.       There are two main positions that you want to visualize in your head.

2.       You practice aligning yourself to those two positions and anything else that happens in between is just your natural body flow.

3.       The program provides images of how your body should be positioned at certain points and after that you just swing away.

The key is in the way the program explains themechanics of the golf swing and how easy they make it to visualize that in your head. I've been using this program for about 2 months now and I've broken par 3 times already. There are a ton of different swing theories out there and I'm not saying this one is the end of all golfing problems, because everyone has their own body and limits, but if I had to recommend a swing program to someone who wanted to start learning or someone looking to improve, I'd point them to the simple golf swing first. You can check out the program here: http://bit.ly/golf-simple-swing

Read more: http://www.articlesbase.com/golf-articles/millions-of-golf-swing-theories-but-which-one-actually-works-3686444.html#ixzz1YMqBfZMK
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