I’ve been feeling reluctant to talk about something, But it’s long overdue, so here goes…
As you may or may not know, about 80% of players hit a slice.
When we think about all the trainers, tips, technology, and experts we have available,
The fact that 80% still hit a slice is ABSURD!
But to be honest, I don’t blame the players.
No matter how hard you looked, no matter how many magazines you read, or how many videos you watched, you would NOT have found THE TRUTH about fixing your slice and hitting a draw.
The reason is, for the past hundred years or so, no one has TRULY KNOWN how to curve the golf ball.
Yes, I am saying…GOLF PROS WERE WRONG.
They meant well, they really did…they were just wrong.
They didn’t have the information they needed. They didn’t have science.
They’ve been feeding players bad information on how to hit a draw for as long as the game has been around.
So What Changed?
In comes physics.
The real scientists started conducting experiments in golf…and their results were astounding.
The problem is, as scientists often do, they just developed theories.
What they discovered is amazing… but its all encoded in confusing scientific language with no practical suggestions for applying what they found.
I have been getting a ton of players asking me about how to hit a draw, how to fix their slice, and how to have more accuracy from tee to green…
I’m thinking about putting together a free comprehensive resource to answer all of those questions, but I have to be honest…
I’m a little reluctant.
I won’t make any friends posting THE FACTS, and I especially won’t warm the hearts of golf pros who have been teaching players THE WRONG WAY for years.
That alone has kept me from sharing this…
But, despite what the rest of the golf industry might think of Tip It Out, I’m thinking of revealing the TRUTH about how to create a ball flight you can control on a regular basis.
It will cover how to hit a draw, how to fix your slice, and how to curve it with control IN SIMPLE TERMS…
BUT….I’m a perfectionist, and this definitely won’t be a small project.
And because of that, I need to know…
– What do you think?
– Should I do this?
– Would you be interested?
Your feedback and thoughts are absolutely the fuel that keeps me going.
And I don’t even want to think about doing this unless there is enough potential interest.
Anyway, if you have a second, please leave a comment below and let me know what you think.
It would mean a lot to me, and I’ll do my best to respond to each and every comment.