From: Christian Henning, NASM-CPT, gfs
Re: The “Flatstick” revolution. How you can invest just minutes per day to Sink More Putts to reduce your Putts-Per-Round and gain the confidence of a PGA Pro.
Dear Fellow Golfer,
I can help you become DEADLY ACCURATE from anywhere on the green. I will help you create more birdie chances, AND create more stability for your existing putting stroke. Not to mention, I will also help you add muscle, become a fat burner, play with your kids longer, become more flexible, and ELIMINATE the Back 9 Fade from your game too.
Did you know that all "scratch" players have secrets they are reluctant to reveal?
Have you ever wondered why almost every SUCCESSFUL PGA Tour Player invests more time in their short game than long game? Yet, their equipment stays pretty much the same from season to season?
And maybe you are tired, lethargic, and suffer from a tight back while practicing putting or late in your round - also known as the "Back 9 Fade"?Costing you valuable strokes...
I Totally Understand
It's not your fault, you've probably heard a million opinions and got some free advice (usually worth about what you pay for it) and you're more confused than ever...
How often do you find yourself chasing your own tail?
That's OK. This is what I do, so help is on the way...
...and that's why I am here to put a stop to all of the hype and propaganda the major manufacturers, magazines, and TV shows continuously preach.
The golf industry wants you to chase your tail.
New putters, wedges, swings, and the latest balls are the lifeblood of the golf marketing machine.
But seriously, has a new putter or golf ball EVER made any significant difference in your scoring average?
Think about that for a moment, has your score truly decreased over the past two years from a new putter, wedge or golf ball?
I doubt it.
The club champion at my country club has been playing with the same clubs since 1998. Brandt Snedeker recently won the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-Am with a 9-year-old putter valued at $13.80 (according to trade-in value at PGA.com). It's really not the equipment that makes the champion.
It's hard for these big companies to stay in business if you aren't buying a new putter, set of wedges or driver every year. Year after year we hear claims of more spin and accuracy, but is it translating to your game?
Their business model is more SUBSCRIPTION than SOLUTION.
By keeping you on the hamster wheel, they are able to keep their doors open... and make their stockholders happy. Sure, they do come through with breakthroughs every once in awhile, but not as often as they would like you to believe.
They want you to think the secret to a better golf game is just a credit card purchase and UPS or FedEx delivery away. After all, golfers spent over $69 BILLION DOLLARS in 2011, according to a study by SRI International...
... and that's where I think I have the RIGHT solution for you...