DrawBlueprintIntro « Keys to Consistent Golf

DrawBlueprintIntro «  Keys to Consistent GolfClick Image To Visit SiteThis is Taylor Connor, Director 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… Read more…

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